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Krystal J. on NEWS: Mental Illnesses Share Common Brain Changes, I think that this is a fascinating paper that provocatively asks the question of whether... 10 Feb 2015. 

Krystal J, Anticevic A. on NEWS: Ketamine Elicits Brain State Resembling Early Stages of Schizophrenia, Linking Hyperconnectivity Induced via Acute Ketamine to Neuronal Mechanisms and Emerging... 8 Oct 2014. 

Krystal J. on NEWS: Does Oxidative Stress Link NMDA and GABA Hypotheses of Schizophrenia?, The paper by Behrens and colleagues provides exciting new data to suggest that NADPH oxidase... 9 Dec 2007. 

Krystal J. on WHAT WE KNOW: A single exposure to phencycline (PCP) and other NMDA receptor antagonists (such as ketamine) can result in schizophrenia-like symptoms in some individuals., Deficits in NMDA receptor function may contribute to, or complement, other features of the... 31 Oct 2007. 

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