How Immune Cells Sculpt Developing Synaptic Circuits; Using Neurobiology to Overcome Genetic and Environmental Adversity; Traversing the Path from Spontaneous Genetic Mutations to Neurobiology in Autism Spectrum Disorders - UCSD-TV - University of California Television
How Immune Cells Sculpt Developing Synaptic Circuits; Using Neurobiology to Overcome Genetic and Environmental Adversity; Traversing the Path from Spontaneous Genetic Mutations to Neurobiology in Autism Spectrum Disorders
Premiere Date: 2/15/2017; 57 minutes
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Three fascinating presentations show how explorations into synaptic development and genetic mutation are revealing pathways to better interventions for neurological impairment, from Schizophrenia and Amblyopia to Autism. Recorded on 12/02/2016. (#31757)

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