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Kirov G, Gumus D, Chen W, Norton N, Georgieva L, Sari M, O'Donovan MC, Erdogan F, Owen MJ, Ropers HH, Ullmann R. Comparative genome hybridization suggests a role for NRXN1 and APBA2 in schizophrenia. Hum Mol Genet . 2008 Feb 1 ; 17(3):458-65. PubMed Abstract

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Submitted 27 March 2008 Posted 27 March 2008

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Primary News: Copy Number Variations in Schizophrenia: Rare But Powerful?

Comment by:  William Honer
Submitted 28 March 2008 Posted 28 March 2008
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Primary News: Copy Number Variations in Schizophrenia: Rare But Powerful?

Comment by:  Todd LenczAnil Malhotra (SRF Advisor)
Submitted 30 March 2008 Posted 30 March 2008

The new study by Walsh et al. (2008), as well as recent...  Read more


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Primary News: Copy Number Variations in Schizophrenia: Rare But Powerful?

Comment by:  Ben Pickard
Submitted 31 March 2008 Posted 31 March 2008

In my mind, the study of CNVs in autism (and likely soon...  Read more


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Primary News: Copy Number Variations in Schizophrenia: Rare But Powerful?

Comment by:  Christopher RossRussell L. Margolis
Submitted 3 April 2008 Posted 3 April 2008

We agree with the comments of Weinberger, Lencz and...  Read more


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Primary News: Copy Number Variations in Schizophrenia: Rare But Powerful?

Comment by:  Michael Owen, SRF AdvisorMichael O'Donovan (SRF Advisor)George Kirov
Submitted 15 April 2008 Posted 15 April 2008

The idea that a proportion of schizophrenia is associated...  Read more


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Primary News: Copy Number Variations in Schizophrenia: Rare But Powerful?

Comment by:  Ridha JooberPatricia Boksa
Submitted 2 May 2008 Posted 4 May 2008

Walsh et al. claim that rare and severe chromosomal...  Read more


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