Molecular and Cellular Biology

Friday, May 16, 2014: 10:30 AM-12:15 PM
Marquis A (Marriott Marquis Atlanta)
10:30 AM
Persistent Cortical Angiogenesis and Neuronal Migration in the Young Autism Brain
E. C. Azmitia, M. Alzoobaee, H. J. Chen, G. Jiang, V. Lee, A. S. Saini and P. Whitaker-Azmitia
10:42 AM
Characterizing the Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Autism Using iPSC-Based Models of Neurodevelopment
D. M. Dykxhoorn, B. A. DeRosa, H. N. Cukier, J. M. Van Baaren, M. L. Cucarro, J. M. Vance and M. A. Pericak-Vance
10:54 AM
Epigenetic Dysregulation of SHANK3 in Brain Tissues from Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Y. H. Jiang, L. Zhu, X. Wang, P. Wang, X. Cao, A. J. Towers, J. L. Goldstein, R. Bowman and Y. J. Li
11:06 AM
Further Evidence That Non-Coding RNAs Contribute to ASD Risk
D. B. Campbell, G. Y. Kim and N. Grepo
11:18 AM
Serum Microrna Profiling in Children with Autism
M. M. Vasu, A. Ayyappan, I. Thanseem, K. Suzuki, M. Tsujii, T. Sugiyama and N. Mori
11:30 AM
Preclinical Autism Consortium for Therapeutics: Developing a Platform for Medications Discovery
J. N. Crawley, J. L. Silverman, R. Paylor, S. Lammers, S. C. Dhamne, A. Rotenberg, M. Sahin, D. G. Smith and R. H. Ring
11:42 AM
Prenatal Maternal Immune Activation Causes Postnatal Epigenetic Differences in the Adolescent Mouse Brain
B. Paul, Q. Li, E. L. Dempster, C. Wong, P. C. Sham, J. Mill and G. M. McAlonan