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- Medical conditions in autism spectrum disorders
- The pathophysiology of restricted repetitive behavior
- Fragile x syndrome and autism: from disease model to therapeutic targets
- Tuberous sclerosis complex: everything old is new again
- Adult reversal of cognitive phenotypes in neurodevelopmental disorders
- Modeling rare gene variation to gain insight into the oldest biomarker in autism: construction of the serotonin transporter Gly56Ala knock-in mouse
- Common circuit defect of excitatory-inhibitory balance in mouse models of autism
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Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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Zilkha Neurogenetic Institute &
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