A new version of the gene-editing tool CRISPR can target and cut RNA, offering a way to tinker with the expression of autism genes.
Emerging tools and techniques that may advance autism research.
A new resource helps biologists easily mine large troves of information about when and where genes are expressed.
The popular gene-editing tool CRISPR can tag proteins in the brain, illuminating the whereabouts of autism candidates.
A magnetically sensitive protein allows researchers to switch on neurons in freely moving mice and zebrafish.
A program called ClearMap allows researchers to take a snapshot of neuronal activity across the entire brain of an adult mouse.
A new tool allows researchers to identify thousands of genome errors in dozens of people at once.
A tool that allows researchers to switch one DNA letter with another may help them evaluate the change’s consequences.
A new set of charts shows how brain connections can change as children grow, and can serve as a reference for detecting problems with attention.
A chemical commonly used in emergency rooms can anesthetize mice and rats for brain scans without distorting the images.
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