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Lipska B. on NEWS: A Model Is a Model Is a Model of Mental Illness?, There is a classic catch-22 in an attempt to model schizophrenia (and other major mental... 15 Nov 2013. 

Lipska B. on NEWS: Is Early Cognitive Training Key to Minimizing Schizophrenia Impact?, Lee et al. report exciting new data in support of the neurodevelopmental hypothesis of... 27 Aug 2012. 

Lipska B, Fink E. on PAPER: Shen S. et al., 2008, DISC1 has emerged as one of the strongest candidate genes for mental illness. It was first... 19 Dec 2008. 

Lipska B, Kleinman J. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: Gene Expression Profiling of Postmortem Human Brain, We have previously suggested that accurate assessment of multiple confounding factors and... 9 Jan 2008. 

Lipska B. on NEWS: DISC1: A Maestro of Adult Hippocampal Neurogenesis?, Several recent studies on disruptions of the DISC1 gene in mice illustrate the great... 9 Sep 2007. 

Lipska B. on NEWS: Dopamine D2 Receptors Accentuate the Positive ... and the Cognitive?, Kellendonk et al. have reported that transient and selective overexpression of dopamine D2... 20 Feb 2006. 

Lipska B. on PAPER: Kholmanskikh SS. et al., 2005, Subtle abnormalities in cortical axon growth, and synapse formation have been long posited in... 28 Dec 2005. 

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