Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Sleep Problems in Autism Linked to Glial Cells, Blood-Brain-Barrier and Serotonin

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This shows a teddy bear on a bedA study in fruit fly models of autism reveals sleep disruption associated with the neurodevelopmental disorder is associated with elevated levels of serotonin. The origin of the higher levels of serotonin was discovered to be in glial cells in the blood-brain barrier.