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Autism Pathways in Animal Models

Presentations in this session describe results obtained in studies using mouse and rat models of autism. The studies range from defining the neurobiological effects of autism-related gene mutations and environmental insults, to therapeutic interventions, as well as the functional contributions of the cerebellum to the behavioral phenotype.
Friday, 3 May 2013: 14:00-16:00
Chamber Hall (Kursaal Centre)
Test (Withdrawn)
J. D. Andrews
Prefrontal Circuitry Deficits in a Novel Shank3-Deficient Rat
J. D. Buxbaum M. G. Baxter O. B. Gunal H. Harony-Nicolas P. R. Hof D. Papapetrou N. Uppal F. J. Yuk
Abnormal Oxytocin Pathway in the Cntnap2 Mouse Model of ASD
O. Penagarikano M. T. Lazaro H. Dong N. P. Murphy N. T. Maidment P. Golshani D. H. Geschwind
Gender Differences in Response to Oxytocin in C57BL/6N Mice (Withdrawn)
X. Zhang Q. Li S. Lam R. Wei S. E. Chua G. M. McAlonan
Neuroimaging Evidence of Major Morpho-Anatomical and Functional Abnormalities in the BTBR T+TF/J Mouse Model of Autism
L. Dodero F. Sforazzini A. Galbusera M. Damiano S. Tsaftaris A. Bifone M. L. Scattoni A. Gozzi
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