A Behavioral Evaluation of Sex Differences in a Mouse Model of Severe Neuronal Migration Disorder

@inproceedings{Truong2013ABE,
  title={A Behavioral Evaluation of Sex Differences in a Mouse Model of Severe Neuronal Migration Disorder},
  author={Dongnhu T. Truong and Ashley Bonet and A R Rendall and Glenn D. Rosen and Roslyn Holly Fitch},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
Disruption of neuronal migration in humans is associated with a wide range of behavioral and cognitive outcomes including severe intellectual disability, language impairment, and social dysfunction. Furthermore, malformations of cortical development have been observed in a number of neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g. autism and dyslexia), where boys are much more commonly diagnosed than girls (estimates around 4 to 1). The use of rodent models provides an excellent means to examine how sex may… CONTINUE READING
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