Adrián Aguirre
Research on rats suggests that our brain has stored memories from our earliest experiences, even if we don't recall them. A study involving mice models of autism spectrum disorder reveals the role of a mother's immune system in moderating access to these early memories. Understanding the biological conditions behind infantile amnesia may help access and explain memories in individuals with autism.
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