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Autism may reflect excitation-inhibition imbalance in brain, study finds

10:00 EDT 2 Aug 2017 | Medical Xpress

A study by Stanford University investigators suggests that key features of autism reflect an imbalance in signaling from excitatory and inhibitory neurons in a portion of the forebrain, and that reversing the imbalance could alleviate some of its hallmark symptoms.

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