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Question 2: How Can I Understand What Is Happening? (Biology)  

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Fiscal Year: 2010

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Project Title Principal Investigator Strategic Plan Objective Institution
Primate models of autism Bauman, Melissa Q2.S.A University of California, Davis
Early biologic markers for autism Croen, Lisa Q2.S.A Kaiser Permanente Division of Research
The pathogenesis of autism: Maternal antibody exposure in the fetal brain Diamond, Betty Q2.S.A The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research
Prostaglandins and cerebellum development McCarthy, Margaret Q2.S.A University of Maryland, Baltimore
A primate model of gut, immune, and CNS response to childhood vaccines Sackett, Gene Q2.S.A University of Washington
Environmentally induced oxidative stress and altered local brain thyroid horomone metabolism: relevance to autism? Sajdel-Sulkowski, Elizabeth Q2.S.A Harvard Medical School; Brigham and Women's Hospital
The effect of mercury and neuropeptide triggers on human mast cell release of neurotoxic molecules Theohardies, Theoharis Q2.S.A Tufts University
Does mercury and neurotension induce mitochondrial DNA release from human mast cells and contribute to auto-immunity in ASD? Theohardies, Theoharis Q2.S.A Tufts University
Systematic characterization of the immune response to gluten and casein in autism spectrum disorders Alaedini, Armin Q2.S.A Weill Cornell Medical College
Mechanisms of mitochondrial dysfunction in autism Shoffner, John Q2.S.A Georgia State University
Molecular pathways involved in oxidative stress and leaky gut impairment in autism spectrum disorders Antonucci, Nicola Q2.S.A University of Naples
Project 2: Immunological susceptibility of autism Van de Water, Judy Q2.S.A University of California, Davis
Primate models of autism Bauman, Melissa; Amaral, David Q2.S.A University of California, Davis
A mitochondrial etiology of autism Wallace, Douglas Q2.S.A Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
An ex-vivo placental perfusion system to study materno-fetal biology Bonnin, Alexandre Q2.S.A University of Southern California
CNS toxicity of ambient air pollution: Postnatal exposure to ultrafine particles Cory-Slechta, Deborah Q2.S.A University of Rochester
Study of anti-neuronal autoantibodies in behavioral and movement disorders Cunningham, Madeleine Q2.S.A University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
A role for immune molecules in cortical connectivity: Potential implications for autism Elmer, Bradford Q2.S.A University of California, Davis
Is autism a mitochondrial disease? Giulivi, Cecilia Q2.S.A University of California, Davis
Redox abnormalities as a vulnerability phenotype for autism and related alterations in CNS development Hepel, Maria Q2.S.A State University of New York at Potsdam
How does IL-6 mediate the development of autism-related behaviors? Hsiao, Elaine Q2.S.A California Institute of Technology
Redox abnormalities as a vulnerability phenotype for autism and related alterations in CNS development James, Sandra Q2.S.A Arkansas Children's Hospital Research Institute
Regulation of inflammatory Th17 cells in autism spectrum disorder Littman, Dan Q2.S.A New York University School of Medicine
Maternal immune activation, cytokines, and the pathogenesis of autism McAllister, A. Kimberley Q2.S.A University of California, Davis
Immune molecules and cortical synaptogenesis: Possible implications for the pathogenesis of autism McAllister, A. Kimberley Q2.S.A University of California, Davis