Researchers have identified alterations in neural circuitry that impact cerebral cortex pathology. These alterations could be key to cognitive deficits in Down syndrome.
A new study of gene activity in the brains of people with Down syndrome reveals the formation of white matter is affected throughout life.
According to a new study, children with Down syndrome who have motor speech deficits are often inadequately diagnosed.
A new study reports the dementia associated with Down syndrome involves defects in GSAP, which also malfunctions in Alzheimer's disease.
A new study sheds light into a possible cause of learning difficulties in Down syndrome.
According to a new study, the cerebral cortex is thicker on average in those with Down syndrome, although the volume of the cortex is lower.
Study reveals how the SNX27 protein regulates the generation of beta amyloid.
Researchers discover a link between white matter health and the presence of dementia in adults with Down syndrome.
According to a new study, over-expression of the Usp16 gene could be a major contributor to neurological deficits associated with Down syndrome.