Grantee Basic Science Publications

YearAuthorsPaperPubmed LinkLink
2022Connacher R, Williams M, Prem S, Yeung PL, Matteson P, Mehta M, Markov A, Peng C, Zhou X, McDermott CR, Pang ZP, Flax J, Brzustowicz L, Lu CW, Millonig JH, DiCicco-Bloom E.Autism NPCs from both idiopathic and CNV 16p11.2 deletion patients exhibit dysregulation of proliferation and mitogenic responses
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2022Torres, E.BConnecting movement and cognition through different modes of learningN/Adoi
2022Bermperidis, T., Schafer S., Gage, F.H., Sejnowski, T., Torres, E.BDynamic Interrogation of Stochastic Transcriptome Trajectories Using Disease Associated Genes Reveals Distinct Origins of Neurological and Neuropsychiatric DisordersN/Alink
2021Torres, E.BPrecision Autism: Genomic Stratification of Disorders Making Up the Broad Spectrum May Demystify Its Epidemic Ratespubmedlink
2021Bermperidis, T, Rai, R, Ryu, J et alOptimal time lags from causal prediction model help stratify and forecast nervous system pathologypubmedlink
2021Velloso FJ, Wadhwa A, Kumari E, Carcea I, Gunal O, Levison SWModestly increasing systemic interleukin-6 perinatally disturbs secondary germinal zone neurogenesis and gliogenesis and produces sociability deficitspubmedlink
2021Genova HM, Lancaster K, Morecraft J, Haas M, Edwards A, DiBenedetto M, Krch D, DeLuca J, Smith MJA pilot RCT of virtual reality job interview training in transition-age youth on the autism spectrumdoilink
2021Pisano TJ, Dhanerawala ZM, Kislin M, Bakshinskaya D, Engel EA, Hansen EJ, Hoag AT, Lee J, de Oude NL, Venkataraju KU, Verpeut JL, Hoebeek FE, Richardson BD, Boele HJ, Wang SSHomologous organization of cerebellar pathways to sensory, motor, and associative forebrain
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2021Eisenberg C, Subramanian D, Afrasiabi M, Ziobro P, DeLucia J, Hirschberg PR, Shiflett MW, Santhakumar V, Tran TSReduced hippocampal inhibition and enhanced autism-epilepsy comorbidity in mice lacking neuropilin 2
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2020Jyonouchi H, Geng LResolution of electroencephalogram (EEG) findings and clinical improvement in a patient with
encephalopathy with electrical status epilepticus in sleep (ESES) syndrome with a combination of
immunomodulating agents other than corticosteroids: a case report. Epilepsy & Behavior Reports
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2020Bokadia H, Rai R, Torres EBDigitized ADOS: Social Interactions beyond the Limits of the Naked Eyepubmedlink
2020Ryu J, Torres EThe Autonomic Nervous System Differentiates between Levels of Motor Intent and End Effectorpubmedlink
2020Torres EBReframing Psychiatry for Precision Medicinepubmedlink
2020Caballero C, Mistry S, Torres, EBAge-Dependent Statistical Changes of Involuntary Head Motion Signatures Across Autism and Controls of
the ABIDE Repository
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2020Torres EB, Caballero C, Mistry SAging with Autism Departs Greatly from Typical Agingpubmedlink
2020Torres EB, Whyatt C, Delafield-Butt JSensory-Motor Aspects of Nervous Systems Disorders: Insights from Biosensors and smart technology in the
dynamic assessment of disorders, their progression, and treatment outcomes
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2020Prem S, Millonig JH, DiCicco-Bloom E.Dysregulation of Neurite Outgrowth and Cell Migration in Autism and Other Neurodevelopmental Disorders
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2020Turkalj L, Mehta M, Matteson P, et alUsing iPSC-Based Models to Understand the Signaling and Cellular Phenotypes in Idiopathic Autism and
16p11.2 Derived Neurons
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2019Jyonouchi H, Geng L, Rose S, Bennuri SC, Frye REVariations in Mitochondrial Respiration Differ in IL-1ß/IL-10 Ratio Based Subgroups in Autism Spectrum
Disorders
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2019Henrickson SE, Andre-Schmutz I, Lagresle-Peyrou C, et alHematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant for the Treatment of X-MAIDpubmedlink
2019Jyonouchi H, Geng L, Toruner GA, Rose S, Bennuri SC, Frye RESerum microRNAs in ASD: Association With Monocyte Cytokine Profiles and Mitochondrial Respirationpubmedlink
2019Jyonouchi H, Geng LAssociations between Monocyte and T Cell Cytokine Profiles in Autism Spectrum Disorders: Effects of
Dysregulated Innate Immune Responses on Adaptive Responses to Recall Antigens in a Subset of ASD
Children
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2019Jyonouchi H, Geng LInnate Immunity and Neuroinflammation in Neuropsychiatric Conditions Including Autism Spectrum
Disorders: Role of Innate Immune Memory
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2019Mason LL, Gross S, Bartlett C, Flax JF, Petrill SA, Brzustowicz LMNon-additive genetic effects in Autism Spectrum Disorder and Specific Language Impairment on reading
achievement and symptoms of the broader autism phenotype
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2019Ryu J, Vero J, Dobkin RD, Torres EBDynamic Digital Biomarkers of Motor and Cognitive Function in Parkinson's Diseasepubmedlink
2019Xu R, Brawner AT, Li S, et alOLIG2 Drives Abnormal Neurodevelopmental Phenotypes in Human iPSC-Based Organoid and Chimeric Mouse
Models of Down Syndrome
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2018Le Coz C, Trofa M, Syrett CM, et alCD40LG duplication-associated autoimmune disease is silenced by nonrandom X-chromosome inactivationpubmedlink
2018Wu D, José JV, Nurnberger JI, Torres EBA Biomarker Characterizing Neurodevelopment with applications in Autismpubmedlink
2018Ryu J, Torres EBCharacterization of Sensory-Motor Behavior Under Cognitive Load Using a New Statistical Platform for
Studies of Embodied Cognition
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2018Torres EB, Vero J, Rai RStatistical Platform for Individualized Behavioral Analyses Using Biophysical Micro-Movement Spikespubmedlink
2018Whyatt CP, Torres EBAutism Research: An Objective Quantitative Review of Progress and Focus Between 1994 and 2015pubmedlink
2018Torres EBObjective Biometric Methods for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Nervous System Disorderspubmedlink
2018McGowan H, Mirabella VR, Hamod A, et alhsa-let-7c miRNA Regulates Synaptic and Neuronal Function in Human Neuronspubmedlink
2017Whyatt CP, Torres EBThe social-dance: decomposing naturalistic dyadic interaction dynamics to the 'micro-level'pubmedlink
2017Ryu J, Vero J, Torres EBMethods for Tracking Dynamically Coupled Brain-Body Activities during Natural Movementpubmedlink
2017Mistry S, Caballero C, Whyatt C, Torres EBStochastic Signatures of Involuntary Head Micro-movements Can Be Used to Classify Females of ABIDE into
Different Subtypes of Neurodevelopmental Disorders
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2017Torres EBBook Chapter Elizabeth B Torres, Rethinking the Study of Volition for Clinical Use, Eds J Lazcko and M
Latash Springer
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2017Giovannucci A, Badura A, Deverett B, et al.Cerebellar granule cells acquire a widespread predictive feedback signal during motor learningpubmedlink
2016Ulbrich L, Favaloro FL, Trobiani L, et alAutism-associated R451C mutation in neuroligin3 leads to activation of the unfolded protein response in
a PC12 Tet-On inducible system
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2016Jyonouchi H, Geng LIntractable Epilepsy (IE) and Responses to Anakinra, a Human Recombinant IL-1 Receptor Agonist (IL-1ra):
Case Reports
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2016Jyonouchi HUnder-recognized Effects of Allergic Disorders on Neuropsychiatric Symptoms, in Subjects with Limited
Expressive Language
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2016Bruni M, Flax JF, Buyske S, et alBehavioral and molecular genetics of reading-related AM and FM detection thresholdspubmedlink
2016Nguyen J, Mistry S, Whyatt C, Kalampratidou V, Kolevzon A, Torres EBCharacterization of the Statistical Signatures of Micro-Movements Underlying Natural Gait Patterns in
Children with Phelan McDermid Syndrome: Towards Precision-Phenotyping of Behavior in ASD
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2016Denisova K, Torres EBMotor noise is rich signal in autism research and pharmacological treatmentspubmedlink
2015De Jaco A, et alAutism-associated R451C mutation in neuroligin3 leads to activation of the unfolded protein response in
a PC12 Tet-On inducible system
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2015De Jaco A, et alMarked improvement of neuropsychiatric symptoms following control of allergy symptoms with the use of
humanized murine anti-IgE antibody (omalizumab) in 2 patients with severely limited expressive language
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2015Donnellan A, Torres EBAutism: The Movement Perspectivepubmedlink
2015Kloth A. D. et alCerebellar associative sensory learning defects in five mouse autism modelspubmedlink

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