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Jablensky A. on NEWS: Unkind Cuts of NRG3 May Lead to Schizophrenia, Common or rare genetic variation in NRG3 influences risk for... 15 Sep 2010. 

Jablensky A, Sartorius N. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: Truly Better Prognosis in the Developing World?, Comment by Assen Jablensky and Norman Sartorius Reprinted courtesy of... 31 Jan 2008. 

Jablensky A. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: The New Epidemiology of Schizophrenia, I have decided to play the role of advocatus diaboli and pose three critical questions... 10 Apr 2007. 

Jablensky A. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: New Findings in Psychosis: Breaking Down Diagnostic Barriers, Despite an ever increasing volume of research data, the apparent stalemate of the search for... 13 May 2006. 

Jablensky A, Price G. on NEWS: A Multivariate Electrophysiological Endophenotype—Are Four Waves Better Than One?, We appreciate the SRF focus on our article ( 20 Jan 2006. 

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