Nighttime Light Affects Sleep, Repetitive Behaviors in Autism Mouse Model

Mice missing the autism gene CNTNAP2 sleep more at night, when they should be active, and groom themselves more than usual when exposed to light at night, according to a new study. Both disruptions disappear when the mice are given the sleep hormone melatonin1.

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