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Oxytocin efficacy is modulated by dosage and oxytocin receptor genotype in young adults with high-functioning autism: a 24-week randomized clinical trial.

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Authors
Hirotaka Kosaka, Y. Okamoto, Toshio Munesue, Hidenori Yamasue, K. Inohara, T. Fujioka, Tokie Anme, M.Orisaka, Makoto Ishitobi, M. Jung, T.X. Fujisawa, Sayumi Tanaka, S. Arai, Mizuki Asano, D.N. Saito, N. Sadato, Akemi Tomoda, Masao Omori, Makoto Sato, H. Okazawa, Haruhiro Higashida, Yuji Wada
Title
Oxytocin efficacy is modulated by dosage and oxytocin receptor genotype in young adults with high-functioning autism: a 24-week randomized clinical trial.
Journal
Translational Psychiatry
Year
2016
Volume
6
Page(s)
e872.
Abstract Link
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Publication Format
Journal Article
Efficacy Study/Review
Yes
Scientific Validity
Peer-Reviewed, Controlled Trial, Randomised Trial, Alternating/Parallel Study, Double Blind, Placebo
Keywords
Adolescent / Secondary School Age, Adult, Autism, Hormones, Intervention, Oxytocin

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