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Carter C. on NEWS: Evidence Mounts for the Maternal Inflammation Hypothesis of Schizophrenia, If the development of schizophrenia depends upon maternal infection, perhaps a large number... 16 Jul 2014. 

Carter C. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: Neurotropic Infectious Agents and Cognitive Impairment in Schizophrenia, This Webinar group has made an enormous contribution regarding the roles of pathogens in... 4 Nov 2012. 

Carter C. on PAPER: Lee KW. et al., 2012, On two islands covered in snow or black volcanic ash live two populations of black and white... 31 Oct 2011. 

Carter C. on PAPER: Pedersen MG. et al., 2011, This is an interesting paper adding weight to Torrey and Yolken's and others’ work linking... 31 May 2011. 

Carter C. on PAPER: Jin SZ. et al., 2010, The antibodies to gliadin may well be causative in schizophrenia, in cases of gluten... 28 Dec 2010. 

Carter C. on NEWS: Research Roundup —The Tapestry of Environmental Influences in Psychosis, I have been collecting diverse references for environmental risk factors in schizophrenia at... 26 Nov 2010. 

Carter C. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: DISC1 Roundtable 2010, DISC1 is clearly hugely important, acting as a "hub gene" linked to other susceptibility gene... 22 Jun 2010. 

Carter C. on NEWS: Schizophrenia Genetics 2: The Rise of GWAS, I wonder whether the relative lack of success in schizophrenia GWAS may be because the origin... 8 Apr 2010. 

Carter C. on PAPER: Lavoie S. et al., 2007, Recommendation Only. 1 Jan 2008. 

Carter C. on NEWS: Genetic Homozygosity Runs in Schizophrenia Families, This is a remarkable paper, not only for the genes described but also for its original and... 21 Dec 2007. 

Carter C. on PAPER: Baum AE. et al., 2007, Recommendation Only. 13 May 2007. 

Carter C. on PAPER: Kim JJ. et al., 2007, Recommendation Only. 9 May 2007. 

Carter C. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: Antibodies to Toxoplasma gondii in Patients with Schizophrenia: A Meta-Analysis , Toll-like receptors (TLRs) play an important role in activating the immune response defense... 12 Mar 2007. 

Carter C. on PAPER: Carter CJ. et al., 2007, Supplementary information for this paper is posted on the 10 Mar 2007. 

Carter C. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: The DISC1 Pathway in Major Mental Illness: Clinical, Genetic and Biological Evidence—Current Status and Future Prospects, DISC1 as a Hub Gene Camargo and colleagues, in their DISC1 and dysbindin... 20 Jan 2007. 

Carter C. on PAPER: Carter CJ. et al., 2006, I have added a dataset for genes associated with bipolar disorder at 10 Jan 2007. 

Carter C. on NEWS: Adrenergic Receptors and RGS Modulate NMDA Receptors in Prefrontal Cortex, In regard to the comments on this paper by Dan Javitt, the convergence on NMDA receptors is... 17 Dec 2006. 

Carter C. on PAPER: Carter CJ. et al., 2006, The background data set for this paper, including a list of genes associated with... 25 Jul 2006. 

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