Signaling Imbalance Skews Sensory Responses in Autism Mice

Published August 11, 2014 in Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative

Mice modeling autism have trouble integrating different kinds of sensory information such as sight, sound and touch. A study published in Neuron reports that an imbalance between signals that calm neurons and those that excite them leads to these sensory problems.

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