DNA methylation meta-analysis reveals cellular alterations in psychosis and markers of treatment-resistant schizophrenia

E. Hannon, E.L. Dempster, G. Mansell, J. Burrage, N. Bass, M.M. Bohlken, A. Corvin, C.J. Curtis, D. Dempster, M. Di Forti, T.G. Dinan, G. Donohoe, F. Gaughran, M. Gill, A. Gillespie, C. Gunasinghe, H.E. Hulshoff, C.M. Hultman, V. Johansson, R.S. KahnJ. Kaprio, G. Kenis, K. Kowalec, J. MacCabe, C. McDonald, A. McQuillin, D.W. Morris, K.C. Murphy, C.J. Mustard, I. Nenadic, M.C. O'Donovan, D. Quattrone, A.L. Richards, B.P. Rutten, D. St Clair, S. Therman, T. Toulopoulou, J. Van Os, J.L. Waddington, P. Sullivan, E. Vassos, G. Breen, D.A. Collier, R.M. Murray, L.S. Schalkwyk, J. Mill*, CRESTAR Consortium, Wellcome Trust Case Control Consortium (WTCCC)

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