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  • Resveratrol ameliorates prenatal progestin exposure-induced autism-like behavior through ERβ activation. [Journal Article]
  • MAMol Autism 2018; 9:43
  • Xie W, Ge X, … Yao P
  • CONCLUSIONS: We conclude that resveratrol ameliorates prenatal progestin exposure-induced autism-like behavior through ERβ activation. Our data suggest that prenatal progestin exposure is a strong risk factor for autism-like behavior. Many potential clinical progestin applications, including oral contraceptive pills, preterm birth drugs, and progestin-contaminated drinking water or seafood, may be risk factors for ASD. In addition, RSV may be a good candidate for clinically rescuing or preventing ASD symptoms in humans, while high doses of resveratrol used in the animals may be a potential limitation for human application.
  • Sex Differences in Visual Motion Processing. [Journal Article]
  • CBCurr Biol 2018 Aug 03
  • Murray SO, Schallmo MP, … Tadin D
  • The importance of sex as a biological variable has recently been emphasized by major funding organizations [1] and within the neuroscience community [2]. Critical sex-based neural differences are ind...
  • [Social cognition in schizophrenia and autism spectrum disorder: Points of convergence and functional differences]. [Journal Article]
  • EEncephale 2018 Aug 16
  • Le Gall E, Iakimova G
  • CONCLUSIONS: The present revue of the studies which directly compare individuals with ASD and schizophrenia on different domains of social cognition indicates that both disorders exhibit differences and similarities with regard to behavioral performances. Results in neuroimaging indicate different neurocognitive mechanisms underlie apparently similar social-cognitive impairments. Further studies are needed to better explore and describe divergent neurocognitive mechanisms in ASD and schizophrenia in order to provide treatment and remediation methods that take into account the specificities of neurocognitive processes in the two disorders.
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