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" I invite everyone and everything to come and go as they wish; all experiences are welcome here. There is never anything alien to the mind at peace with itself. It is its own joyous community." "

Byron Katie, A Thousand Names for Joy

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A new map that analyzes gene expression one cell at a time shows how various cell types mature and form the brain’s distinctive structures1. The findings suggest that a particular type of neural stem cell plays a role in autism. During development, cells called glia generate new neurons. These neuro…
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The same processes that enable the brain to store new memories may also control many autism genes, a new study suggests1. Candidate genes for autism are more than three times as prevalent in the genetic regions that become active after mice learn a new task as would be expected by chance, the resear…
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