Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Prenatal BPA Exposure May Contribute to the Male Bias of ASD

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This is a diagram from the studyExposure to BPA during the gestational period leads to decreased neural viability and neural density in the hippocampus of male offspring. Additionally, exposure led to the dysregulation of ASD-related genes in the hippocampus. Findings suggest BPA may serve as an environmental factor that contributes to the prevalence of male-bias in autism.