Fragile X Syndrome

Fragile X Syndrome

Blocking a receptor in the brain called mGluR5 is considered a potential strategy for treating a number of disorders, including major depression, Parkinson’s disease and Fragile X Syndrome.

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Scientists have discovered that they can improve memory and reduce repetitive behavior in animal models of Fragile X syndrome by adjusting the levels of a signaling protein called PIKE.

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With the aid of a NARSAD Grant, a new study of adolescents at high risk for developing psychosis found that their long-term functioning is not solely dependent on the progression or development of full-blown psychosis.

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In the continuing search for glitches in brain development that may give rise later on to serious illnesses such as schizophrenia, autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and

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Momentum is building in the largest experiment ever in schizophrenia research: 13 more regions in the human gene code, or genome, have been identified as being associated with schizophrenia in the most recent report from

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