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This Open Highlights Collection explores recent research investigating the neurodevelopmental origins of autism spectrum disorder and efforts to help those with associated health problems. Open Highlights use recent PLOS Biology research articles as keystones around which to nucleate a short synthesis of up to ten related research articles from other PLOS journals and from the wider Open Access corpus.
September 22, 2016Xiling Liu, Dingding Han, Mehmet Somel, Xi Jiang, Haiyang Hu, Patricia Guijarro, Ning Zhang, Amanda Mitchell, Tobias Halene, John Ely, Chet Sherwood, Patrick Hof, Zilong Qiu, Svante Pääbo, Schahram Akbarian, Philipp Khaitovich
July 29, 2016Todd Lingren, Pei Chen, Joseph Bochenek, Finale Doshi-Velez, Patty Manning-Courtney, Julie Bickel, Leah Wildenger Welchons, Judy Reinhold, Nicole Bing, Yizhao Ni, William Barbaresi, Frank Mentch, Melissa Basford, Joshua Denny, Lyam Vazquez, Cassandra Perry, Bahram Namjou, Haijun Qiu, John Connolly, Debra Abrams, Ingrid A. Holm, Beth A. Cobb, Nataline Lingren, Imre Solti, Hakon Hakonarson, Isaac S. Kohane, John Harley, Guergana Savova