Autism: an emerging ‘neuroimmune disorder’ in search of therapy
Molecular mechanisms underlying anti-inflammatory phenotype of neonatal splenic macrophages
Central and Peripheral Cytokines Mediate Immune-Brain Connectivity
Children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) who exhibit chronic gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms and marked fluctuation of behavioral symptoms exhibit distinct innate immune abnormalities and transcriptional profiles of peripheral blood (PB) monocytes
Panenteric IBD-Like Disease in a Patient with Regressive Autism Shown for the First Time by the Wireless Capsule Enteroscopy: Another Piece in the Jigsaw of this Gut-Brain Syndrome?
Clinical Presentation and Histologic Findings at Ileocolonoscopy in Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder and Chronic Gastrointestinal Symptoms
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Effectiveness of the gluten-free, casein-free diet for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder:
(Based on parental report)
Hypothesis: Conjugate vaccines may predispose children to autism spectrum disorders
A possible central mechanism in autism spectrum disorders, part 1
A possible central mechanism in autism spectrum disorders, part 2: immunoexcitotoxicity
A possible central mechanism in autism spectrum disorders, part 3: the role of excitotoxin food additives and the synergistic effects of other environmental toxins
Immune-glutamatergic dysfunction as a central mechanism of the autism spectrum disorders
Immune Activation in Brain Aging and Neurodegeneration: Too Much or Too Little?