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  • noun Plural form of neuroligin.

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  • "neuroligins," and in the last two years, no less than eight genetic studies have - incredibly

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  • "neuroligins," and in the last two years, no less than eight genetic studies have - incredibly

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  • "neuroligins," and in the last two years, no less than eight genetic studies have - incredibly

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  • "neuroligins," and in the last two years, no less than eight genetic studies have - incredibly

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  • "neuroligins," and in the last two years, no less than eight genetic studies have - incredibly

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  • "neuroligins," and in the last two years, no less than eight genetic studies have - incredibly

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  • The loss of neuroligins perturbs the formation of neuronal connections and results in an imbalance of neuronal function.

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  • Specifically, he identified proteins on presynaptic neurons, called neurexins, and proteins on the postsynaptic neuron, called neuroligins, which come together and bind at the synapse.

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  • There are many types of neurexins and neuroligins, and the pairing of any two helps create the properties of a synapse and the wide variability in the types of connections in the brain, Südhof says.

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  • "In this way," explained Dr. Colamarino, "characterization of mouse models with mutations in genes for neuroligins and neurexins, both of which regulate synapses in the brain, highlights how genetic findings can be successfully and immediately leveraged into new autism research opportunities."

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