Researchers establish SCN3A genetic mutations cause infantile epileptic encephalopathy.
The benefits of endurance exercise can vary based on the mutation types associated with primary mitochondrial disease, a new study reports.
Sleep deprivation could contribute to the dysfunction of pancreatic cells. These functions may be exacerbated by aging, a new study reports.
S1PR3, a receptor found on the surface of brain cells, may play a key role in stress resilience. Veterans with severe PTSD symptoms had lower levels of the S1PR3 protein in their blood than peers without the disorder.
Researchers used non invasive MRI brain scans to map the brains of newborns. The study reveals the brain architecture that emerges as the brain reshapes during the third trimester of pregnancy. The map can be used to detect atypical connections in the brain that serve as biomarkers for ASD.
A new meta-analysis of neuroimaging data reveals people with ASD process social and nonsocial rewards differently than those without an autism diagnosis.
Study urges doctors to continue screening all toddlers for ASD, but recommends changing to M-CHAT screening methods to improve accuracy and address current disparities.