The immune responses of a female mouse before pregnancy can predict how likely her offspring are to have behavioral deficits if the immune system is activated during pregnancy, according to researchers from UC Davis. The findings could help resolve what role serious infections during pregnancy play in the development of conditions such as autism and schizophrenia.
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