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Fig. 2 | Molecular Autism

Fig. 2

From: Delayed M50/M100 evoked response component latency in minimally verbal/nonverbal children who have autism spectrum disorder

Fig. 2

a Estimated marginal mean latencies by group across hemisphere for M50 latency. Error bars represent one standard error of the marginal means. There is a significant main effect of group on M50 latency (p < 0.05) across hemispheres. Post hoc tests indicated ASD-MVNV showed significantly delayed M50 latency compared to TD across hemispheres (p < 0.05), which was, however, driven by a significant delay in the right hemisphere (*p < 0.05) only (shown in the figure). b Estimated marginal mean latencies by group across hemisphere for M100 latency. Error bars represent one standard error of the marginal means. There is a significant main effect of group on M100 latency (p < 0.05). Post hoc tests indicated ASD-MVNV showed a delayed M100 latency compared to TD across both hemispheres (*p < 0.05, **p < 0.01), while ASD-V showed a near-significant tendency towards delayed M100 compared to TD (p = 0.07), which reached significance in the right hemisphere only (*p = 0.039) consistent with prior reports of right hemisphere bias in latency delay [42]

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