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Autism Cannabis Research

09/27/2018

Author(s): Dario Siniscalco, Anna Sapone, Catia Giordano, Alessandra Cirillo, Laura de Magistris, Francesco Rossi, Alessio Fasano, James Jeffrey Bradstreet, Sabatino Maione, Nicola Antonucci Springer.

At present there is no absolutely effective treatment for autism, in fact the curative therapy is very difficult. These studies reflect the cannabinoid receptor CB2 as a possibility for the therapy and pharmacological management of autism. View study

09/27/2018

Author(s): E.S. Onaivi, R. Benno, T. Halpern, M. Mehanovic, N. Schanz, C. Sanders, X. Yan, H. Ishiguro, Q-R Liu, A.L. Berzal, M.P. Viveros and S.F. Ali William Paterson.

These experiments demonstrated the therapeutic potential of cannabinoids to help treat autism. View study

09/27/2018

Author(s): D.M. Kerr, L. Downeya, M. Conboya, D.P. Finnb, M. Rochea.

Prenatal exposure to valproic acid is associated with alterations in the endocannabinoid system of the brain. These results indicate that it is possible that endocannabinoid dysfunction may be the basis of behavioral abnormalities observed in autism spectrum disorders. View study

09/27/2018

Author(s): Csaba Földy, Robert C. Malenka, and Thomas C. Südhof.

Neuroligin-3 is specifically necessary for tonic endocannabinoid signaling. This suggests that alterations in endocannabinoid signaling may contribute to the pathophysiology of autism. View study

09/27/2018

Author(s): Miriam Schneider, and Michael Koch.

The medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC) contributes to the development of social behavior skills of adults, social motivation and personal hygiene. In addition, the results of this study suggest that the cannabinoid system has participation in anxiety and social behavior. View study

09/27/2018

Author(s): Q.-R. Liu†, C.-H. Pan†,∞, A. Hishimoto†, C.-Y. Li†, Z.-X. Xi‡, A. Llorente-Berzal§, M.-P. Viveros§, H. Ishiguro†,¶, T. Arinami¶, E. S. Onaivi∗ ,†,∗∗ and G. R. Uhl†.

The results of this study suggest that the cannabinoid CB2-R could be involved in the mechanisms of endocannabinoid signaling associated with the regulation of emotionality. More studies are needed to determine if the CB2-R ligands increase the risk of depression or suicide (which led to the recall of Rimonabant as an appetite suppressant in the control of obesity). View study

09/27/2018

Author(s): Q.-R. Liu†, C.-H. Pan†,∞, A. Hishimoto†, C.-Y. Li†, Z.-X. Xi‡, A. Llorente-Berzal§, M.-P. Viveros§, H. Ishiguro†,¶, T. Arinami¶, E. S. Onaivi∗ ,†,∗∗ and G. R. Uhl†.

The results of this study suggest that the cannabinoid CB2-R could be involved in the mechanisms of endocannabinoid signaling associated with the regulation of emotionality. More studies are needed to determine if the CB2-R ligands increase the risk of depression or suicide (which led to the recall of Rimonabant as an appetite suppressant in the control of obesity). View study

09/27/2018

Author(s): René Kurz, Kurt Blaas.

In assessing the effectiveness of dronabinol as a complementary therapy in a child with autistic disorder, it was found that dronabinol can reduce the symptoms of autism. View study

09/27/2018

Author(s): Kwang-Mook Jung1, *, Marja Sepers2,3, *, Christopher M. Henstridge4, *, Olivier Lassalle5,6,7, Daniela Neuhofer5,6,7, Henry Martin5,6,7, Melanie Ginger2,3, Andreas Frick2,3, Nicholas V. DiPatrizio1 , Ken Mackie8, Istvan Katona4, Daniele Piomelli1,9,10 & Olivier J. Manzoni2,3.

The pharmacological potentiation of 2-arachidonoyl-sn-glycerol signaling normalizes the synaptic defect of depression and corrects behavioral abnormalities in mice with fragile X syndrome. The endocannabinoid signalosome is a molecular substrate for fragile X syndrome, which might be targeted by therapy. View study

09/27/2018

Author(s): Bhismadev Chakrabarti1,2* and Simon Baron-Cohen2.

CNR1 modulates striatal function through which social reward signals are perceived, such as happy faces. These results suggest that CNR1 is a key element in the perception process of certain basic emotions. View study