Molecular and Cellular Biology

Thursday, May 12, 2016: 11:30 AM-1:30 PM
Hall A (Baltimore Convention Center)
11:30 AM
120 A Cellular and Molecular Study Investigating the Fetal Androgen Theory of Autism Using a Human Stem Cell Model
D. Adhya K. Jozwik J. Carroll J. Price D. Srivastava S. Baron-Cohen
11:30 AM
122 Autism Patient-Derived Neural Stem Cells Display Neurite Extension and Migration Defects
S. Prem M. Williams C. McDermott X. Zhou P. G. Matteson P. Yeung C. W. Lu Z. Pang L. M. Brzustowicz J. H. Millonig E. DiCicco-Bloom
11:30 AM
126 Bioavailable Testosterone Predicts Autistic Traits in Women with and without Autism
A. L. Pohl J. R. Lloyd L. Ruta B. Auyeung S. Baron-Cohen
11:30 AM
127 Compromised Neurite Morphology of Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Neurons: Similar Patterns from Independent Non-Syndromic Autism Cases
V. Roman J. Kobolák H. Avci Z. Ábrahám B. Hodoscsek S. Berzsenyi B. Koványi P. Dezsõ J. Nagy A. Chandrasekaran A. Ochalek E. Varga C. Nemes I. Bock K. Pentelényi K. Németh A. Balázs J. Molnár A. Dinnyés G. Lévay B. Lendvai
11:30 AM
128 Disrupted Short- and Long-Range Neural Connectivity in a Mouse Model of Autism
N. Cheng F. Alshammari M. Khanbabaei E. Hughes R. Tobias K. Murari J. M. Rho
11:30 AM
131 Identification of Serum Protein Biomarkers for Autism Spectrum Disorder
L. Hewitson S. Singh U. Yazdani B. Gadad S. Zaman N. Roatch C. Schutte L. S. Hynan C. N. Marti D. C. German
11:30 AM
Non-Coding RNAs in Autism (Withdrawn)
M. N. Ziats O. M. Rennert
11:30 AM
135 Peripheral Lymphocytic Extracellular Signal Related Kinase Activation in Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
K. C. Dominick R. Shaffer A. Duncan C. L. Thomas K. O'Brien H. Meyer L. K. Wink E. Pedapati C. R. Tessier C. Erickson