Treatment Restores Sociability in Autism Mouse Model

Researchers have treated mice that mimic human autism with a neuropeptide called oxytocin, and have found that it restores normal social behavior. In addition, the findings suggest that giving oxytocin as early as possible in the animal’s life leads to more lasting effects in adults and adolescents. —> Read More Here


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