Changes in brain metabolic connectivity underlie autistic-like social deficits in a rat model of autism spectrum disorder

Abstract

The neurobiological basis of social dysfunction and the high male prevalence in autism spectrum disorder (ASD) remain poorly understood. Although network alterations presumably underlie the development of autistic-like behaviors, a clear pattern of connectivity differences specific to ASD has not yet emerged. Because the heterogeneous nature of ASD hinders… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-13642-3

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@inproceedings{Cho2017ChangesIB, title={Changes in brain metabolic connectivity underlie autistic-like social deficits in a rat model of autism spectrum disorder}, author={Hojin Cho and Chul Kim and Elizabeth Quattrocki Knight and Hye Won Oh and Bumhee Park and Dong Goo Kim and Hae-Jeong Park}, booktitle={Scientific reports}, year={2017} }