A small number of abnormal brain connections predicts adult autism spectrum disorder.

@article{Yahata2016ASN,
  title={A small number of abnormal brain connections predicts adult autism spectrum disorder.},
  author={Noriaki Yahata and Jun Morimoto and Ryuichiro Hashimoto and Giuseppe Lisi and Kazuhisa Shibata and Yuki Kawakubo and Hitoshi Kuwabara and Miho Kuroda and Takashi Yamada and Fukuda Megumi and Hiroshi Imamizu and Jos{\'e} E. N{\'a}{\~n}ez and Hidehiko Takahashi and Yasumasa Okamoto and Kiyoto Kasai and Nobumasa Kato and Yuka Sasaki and Takeo Watanabe and Mitsuo Kawato},
  journal={Nature communications},
  year={2016},
  volume={7},
  pages={
          11254
        }
}
Although autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a serious lifelong condition, its underlying neural mechanism remains unclear. Recently, neuroimaging-based classifiers for ASD and typically developed (TD) individuals were developed to identify the abnormality of functional connections (FCs). Due to over-fitting and interferential effects of varying measurement conditions and demographic distributions, no classifiers have been strictly validated for independent cohorts. Here we overcome these… CONTINUE READING
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