Washington University in St. Louis - School of Medicine
Department of Developmental Biology
Jan 17

Unraveling autism

A feature article in the winter 2016-17 Outlook Magazine highlights Dr. Kristen Kroll’s research, “Unraveling autism”

“The Kroll lab has figured out not only how to create neurons, but also to create neuron types that perform specific functions. These types — cortical excitatory neurons and inhibitory neurons — often are abnormal in patients with autism.”

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