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Cell Biological Mechanisms

This session presents abstracts on cellular mechanisms that may contribute to the autism phenotype including those defined in induced human progenitor cell lines, brain tissue, peripheral blood and genetic neuronal models.
Friday, 3 May 2013: 10:30-12:30
Chamber Hall (Kursaal Centre)
Redox-Sensitive Protein Dynamics in Lymphoblastoid Cell Lines From Patients with Autism Spectrum Disorders
A. Chiocchetti D. Haslinger T. Karl S. Wiemann C. M. Freitag F. Poustka B. Scheibe J. Bauer H. Hintner M. Breitenbach J. Kellermann F. Lottspeich S. M. Klauck H. Breitenbach-Koller
JAKMIP1 Is a Novel Component of an FMRP-Associated RNP Complex and Regulates Neuronal Translation
J. M. Berg L. Chen A. Oguro-Ando J. L. Stein J. A. Miller A. A. Vashisht E. P. Kite A. Li O. Penagarikano J. A. Wohlschlegel D. H. Geschwind
Mutation of the PTCHD1 Gene, Which Encodes a Transmembrane Protein Expressed in Postsynaptic Dendritic Spines, Associated with Autism
M. A. Papon S. Marouillat C. Antar E. Cottereau P. Vourc'h S. Alirol C. Andres H. van Bokhoven J. Chelly H. Van Esch H. H. Ropers M. Raynaud A. Toutain F. Laumonnier
Maternal Innate Immune Activation by Poly(I:C) Induces the Expression of the Cytokines IL-1ƒ" and IL-13, Chemokine MCP-1, and Colony Stimulating Factor VEGF in Fetal Mouse Brain (Withdrawn)
J. L. Bruses G. Arrode-Bruses
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