Autism recurrence in half siblings: strong support for genetic mechanisms of transmission in ASD

@article{Constantino2013AutismRI,
  title={Autism recurrence in half siblings: strong support for genetic mechanisms of transmission in ASD},
  author={John N Constantino and Alex G. Todorov and Courtney Hilton and Preston Law and Yanbo Zhang and Elaine Molloy and Robert Fitzgerald and Daniel H. Geschwind},
  journal={Molecular Psychiatry},
  year={2013},
  volume={18},
  pages={137-138}
}
mamillo-thalamic tract, anterior thalamic nuclei, cingulate cortex and hippo/parahippocampus), implicated in reward-motivated learning and memory processing, appeared to be involved in these processes. Activation in the septal region in placebo nonresponders recalling was also observed. If confirmed, this effect would be consistent with the memory impairment observed after intraseptal m-opioid agonist administration, through inhibition of the septohippocampal GABAergic neurons. This report… CONTINUE READING
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