Untapped region in brain cell offers goldmine of drug targets for new autism treatments

IMAGE: UCLA scientists discovered a treasure trove of drug targets for new autism therapies in this part of the cell.

Credit: Martin lab/UCLA

UCLA scientists have discovered that an overlooked region in brain cells houses a motherlode of mutated genes previously tied to autism. Recently published in Neuron, the finding

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