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Lencz T, Malhotra A. on NEWS: GWAS Goes Bigger: Large Sample Sizes Uncover New Risk Loci, Additional Overlap in Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder, It is worth re-emphasizing that efforts such as the Psychiatric GWAS Consortium do not rule... 11 Oct 2011. 

Lencz T. on PAPER: Guilmatre A. et al., 2009, The headline news on this important new paper includes: 1) strong support for a role of copy... 25 Sep 2009. 

Lencz T. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: Is the Risk Syndrome for Psychosis Risky Business?, While the arguments for and against inclusion of a risk syndrome have been well aired in this... 21 Jul 2009. 

Lencz T, Malhotra A. on NEWS: Largest GWAS Analysis to Date Offers Only Two New Candidate Genes, The three companion papers published in Nature provide important new evidence for a role of... 3 Jul 2009. 

Lencz T, Malhotra A. on NEWS: Copy Number Variations in Schizophrenia: Rare But Powerful?, The new study by Walsh et al. (2008), as well as recent data from other groups working in... 30 Mar 2008. 

Lencz T. on PAPER: Baum AE. et al., 2007, In the last two years, whole genome association (WGA) studies have identified new candidate... 10 May 2007. 

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