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Ross C. on PAPER: Brennand K. et al., 2014, Schizophrenia Redux? Sometimes a longer follow-up paper can be just as... 9 Apr 2014. 

Ross C, Margolis R. on NEWS: Largest GWAS Analysis to Date Offers Only Two New Candidate Genes, Schizophrenia Genetics: Glass Half Full? While it may be disappointing that the... 6 Jul 2009. 

Ross C, Margolis R. on NEWS: More Evidence for CNVs in Schizophrenia Etiology—Jury Still Out on Practical Implications, The two recent papers in Nature, from the Icelandic group (Stefansson et al., 2008), and the... 1 Aug 2008. 

Ross C, Margolis R. on NEWS: Copy Number Variations in Schizophrenia: Rare But Powerful?, We agree with the comments of Weinberger, Lencz and Malhotra, and Pickard, and the question... 3 Apr 2008. 

Ross C. on NEWS: New Spin on DISC1—Mouse Mutation Impairs Behavior, This paper demonstrates that mutations in DISC1 can alter mouse behavior, brain structure,... 8 May 2007. 

Ross C. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: The DISC1 Pathway in Major Mental Illness: Clinical, Genetic and Biological Evidence—Current Status and Future Prospects, DISC1’s increasingly extensive interactome and rich cell biology, combined with the rapidly... 20 Jan 2007. 

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