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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
Functional analysis of neurexin IV in Drosophila Zipursky, Larry Q2.Other University of California, Los Angeles
Functional anatomy of face processing in the primate brain Ungerleider, Leslie Q2.Other National Institutes of Health
Functional circuit disorders of sensory cortex in ASD and RTT Carlson, Gregory Q2.S.D University of Pennsylvania
Functional imaging of flexibility in autism: Informed by SLC6A4 Yerys, Benjamin Q2.S.G Children's Research Institute
Functional neuroanatomy of developmental changes in face processing Joseph, Jane Q2.Other Medical University of South Carolina
Functional neuroanatomy of developmental changes in face processing Joseph, Jane Q2.Other University of Kentucky
Functional neuroanatomy of developmental changes in face processing (supplement) Joseph, Jane Q2.Other University of Kentucky
Functional neuroimaging of psychopharmacologic intervention for autism Dichter, Gabriel Q2.L.B University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Function and dysfunction of neuroligins in synaptic circuits Sudhof, Thomas Q2.Other Stanford University
Function and structure adaptations in forebrain development Levitt, Pat Q2.Other University of Southern California
Function of neurexins Sudhof, Thomas Q2.Other Stanford University
Fundamental mechanisms of GPR56 activation and regulation Hall, Randy Q2.S.D Emory University
GABA(A) receptor modulation via the beta subunit Jenkins, Andrew Q2.Other Emory University
GABAergic dysfunction in autism Fatemi, Seyyed Q2.Other University of Minnesota
Gamma band dysfunction as a local neuronal connectivity endophenotype in autism Rojas, Donald Q2.Other University of Colorado Denver
Gastrointestinal functions in autism Duffey, Michael Q2.S.E University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
Gene-environment interactions in the pathogenesis of autism-like neurodevelopmental damage: A mouse model Pletnikov, Mikhail Q2.S.A Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Gene expression and laminar analyses of pathological cortical patches in autism Courchesne, Eric Q2.Other University of California, San Diego
Gene silencing in fragile X syndrome Usdin, Karen Q2.S.D National Institutes of Health
Genetic and developmental analyses of fragile X syndrome Broadie, Kendal Q2.S.D Vanderbilt University
Genetic dissection of restricted repetitive behavior (RRB) Kim, Soo-Jeong Q2.S.G University of Florida
Genetic studies of autism-related Drosophila neurexin and neuroligin Bhat, Manzoor Q2.Other The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Genotype-phenotype relationships in fragile X families Hagerman, Randi Q2.S.D University of California, Davis
Glial control of neuronal receptive ending morphology Shaham, Shai Q2.Other The Rockefeller University
Glutamate receptor desensitization and its modulation Partin, Kathryn Q2.Other Colorado State University