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Winterer G. on NEWS: Cholinergic Drug Improves Cognition in Nonsmokers With Schizophrenia, The paper of Zhang et al. once more presents promising findings suggesting that nicotinic... 30 Oct 2012. 

Winterer G. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: Neurotropic Infectious Agents and Cognitive Impairment in Schizophrenia, Great topic! Myself, I have recently started to think about the same issue, in particular,... 30 Oct 2012. 

Winterer G. on NEWS: New Mutations Mount as Fathers Age, Just a few thoughts: One question is whether it is just age per se that produces de novo... 28 Aug 2012. 

Winterer G. on NEWS: Early Striatum Shrinkage—Canary Warning of Extra-pyramidal Symptoms?, I fully agree with the comment made by Stephen Lawrie on the paper of the Meyer-Lindenberg... 10 Jan 2011. 

Winterer G. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: Synchronized Neural Oscillations in the Pathophysiology of Schizophrenia, When my former group and I in Berlin, Germany, started in the middle of the 1990s to look... 10 Jan 2011. 

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