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Roder J. on NEWS: DISC1 Fragment Ties Schizophrenia-like Symptoms to Development in Mice, Some observations on the new report by Li and colleagues: this work is the first to map... 30 Nov 2007. 

Roder J, Clapcote S. on NEWS: Inducing Schizophrenic Behavior? Researchers Roll Out New DISC1 Mouse, This is a useful model from Pletnikov, Ross, and colleagues, but like all models, it has some... 17 Sep 2007. 

Roder J. on NEWS: Modeling Schizophrenia Phenotypes—DISC1 Transgenic Mouse Debuts, A new mouse model from the Sawa lab strengthens the evidence for the candidate gene DISC1... 2 Aug 2007. 

Roder J. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: The DISC1 Pathway in Major Mental Illness: Clinical, Genetic and Biological Evidenceā€”Current Status and Future Prospects, Being newcomers to the field, we reviewed it a few years ago and decided that DISC1 was the... 23 Jan 2007. 

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