Effect of in utero EtOH exposure on the 18S Ribosomal RNA processing in developing brain, and its contribution to FASD
18 October 2021

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) is a leading cause of neurodevelopmental disability. This poster, presented by Dr. Nune Darbinian-Sarkissian, clinical-research lab manager, Temple University, at the SelectScience Neuroscience Summit 2021, summarizes the results of a study into the effects of fetal EtOH exposure on 18S ribosomal RNA processing. Download now to explore novel findings on the role of in utero EtOH exposure on ribosome biogenesis, and contributions to FASD.