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Over the last ten years, the AGRE resource has contributed to new science publications, laying the groundwork for discovering causes, treatments and preventions for autism.
Autism and learning to write: Our child won't look at the paper – July 29, 2016
Research on pregnancy and autism: The need for perspective – July 26, 2016
Can exercise reduce anxiety in children with autism? – July 19, 2016
Help! Toddler on the spectrum jumps all night – July 08, 2016
Girls, genes and autism – July 05, 2016
Febrile seizures, epilepsy and autism: Your questions answered – July 01, 2016
Distance training improves autism care, shortens diagnosis time – June 28, 2016
New findings on probiotics and autism: What you need to know – June 24, 2016
Recent Publications Using the AGRE Database
Evidence for contribution of
common genetic variants within chromosome 8p21.2-8p21.1 to restricted and
repetitive behaviors in autism spectrum disorders.
Increased expression of the
P13K catalytic subunit p110δ underlies elevated S6 phosphorylation and protein
synthesis in an individual with autism from a multiplex family.
Patterns of Risk for
Multiple Co-Occurring Medical Conditions Replicate Across Distinct Cohorts of
Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Language impairment and dyslexia
genes influence language skills in children with autism spectrum disorders.
A scoring strategy combining
statistics and functional genomics supports a possible role for common
polygenic variation in autism.
AGRE's primary mission is to support autism researchers in their investigations. Click here for a list of scientific publications, citing the AGRE resource.
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