Chromosome 16:  The Gene Responsible for Outcome of Developmental Paths

Children who lack elasticity of DNA chromosome tend to show worsening social and motor skills beginning at the age of eight, as per a recent study. However, those with 16p11.2 do not showcase this decline. The duplication and deletion of 16p11.2 often leads to a distinct developmental curve. One percent of autistic individuals are diagnosed [...]

2017-12-28T12:25:26+00:00 December 28th, 2017|Categories: BLOGS|0 Comments

Can Wriggling Worms Give Way to Autism Gene Correction?

Worm movements have the potential to treat autism-related symptoms. During a recent study, researchers analyzed and screened drugs to try to normalize the swimming behavior in worms with autism mutations which may be linked to the condition. The nervous system of roundworms consists of 302 neurons. Although researchers have utilized organisms to study and conduct [...]

2017-12-28T12:25:57+00:00 December 28th, 2017|Categories: BLOGS|0 Comments

Social Difficulties With Autism

Children diagnosed with autism are prone to anxieties resulting in social difficulties due to their poor socializing skills. However, the related foreshadowing social problems need not be necessarily true in every case, as per the latest study analyzing typical autistic children. The study highlights the need to understand the anxiety that is common in autistic [...]

2017-12-28T12:26:52+00:00 December 28th, 2017|Categories: BLOGS|0 Comments

The Relationship Between Autism and the Brain

UBE3A, a gene responsible for mediating the satisfaction that a person derives from socializing in their circles, may cause a muting of the brain region when too many copies of the gene are present. When UBE3A is present in excess, it can cause autism and lead to further problems with skills like socializing. This is [...]

2017-12-28T12:27:23+00:00 December 28th, 2017|Categories: BLOGS|0 Comments

The Relationship Between Maternal Infections and Neuronal Signals

Mock viruses were injected into pregnant mice to observe the changes in their immune systems and arising maternal infections. Pups were shown to be infected post-birth with the mock virus. These effects result in impairment of brain signaling, as per a recent study. Infections during stages of pregnancy can result in schizophrenia and further elevates [...]

2017-12-28T12:28:11+00:00 December 28th, 2017|Categories: BLOGS|0 Comments

Phelan-McDermid | Rare Autism Gene Shows a Different Form of Regression

40 percent of youngsters who are diagnosed with Phelan-McDermid syndrome are seen to lose skills that they once cherished. Unlike their autistic peers, the children with Phelan-McDermid condition start regressing at a later age; 6 years old on average. A 2016 study highlights that as many as 20 percent of children diagnosed with autism lose [...]

2017-12-28T12:28:36+00:00 December 28th, 2017|Categories: BLOGS|0 Comments

Image-Based DNA Twist: The New Autism Mania

Researchers and scientists alike are working on a new type of molecular map that reveals the 3D architecture of the autism genome in the human body. Proteins known as Histones exist in the human body. The DNA winds around Histones proteins to fit in the nuclei of the human body. Chromatin, as this complex is [...]

2017-12-28T12:29:25+00:00 December 28th, 2017|Categories: BLOGS|0 Comments
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