Neuroscientists study neuroplasticity in tadpoles to learn how autism develops

(Natural News) Pollywogs are providing insight related to the development of autism in human children. In a Science Daily article, researchers reported that their study of neuroplasticity in tadpoles has uncovered the potential role played by certain proteins in how some autistic people process the feedback from their senses. Neuroplasticity is the life-long process where…

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