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Contribution of copy number variants to schizophrenia from a genome-wide study of 41,321 subjects

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Associated researcher

  • Marshall, C. R.
  • Marshall, C. R.
  • Howrigan, D. P.
  • Merico, D.
  • Thiruvahindrapuram, B.
  • Wu, W.
  • Greer, D. S.
  • Antaki, D.
  • Shetty, A.
  • Holmans, P. A.
  • Pinto, D.
  • Gujral, M.
  • Brandler, W. M.
  • Malhotra, D.
  • Wang, Z.
  • Fajarado, K. V. F.
  • Maile, M. S.
  • Ripke, S.
  • Agartz, I.
  • Albus, M.
  • Alexander, M.
  • Amin, F.
  • Atkins, J.
  • Bacanu, S. A.
  • Belliveau, R. A.
  • Bergen, S. E.
  • Ertalan, M.
  • Bevilacqua, E.
  • Bigdeli, T. B.
  • Black, D. W.
  • Bruggeman, R.
  • Buccola, N. G.
  • Buckner, R. L.
  • Bulik-Sullivan, B.
  • Byerley, W.
  • Cahn, W.
  • Cai, G.
  • Cairns, M. J.
  • Campion, D.
  • Cantor, R. M.
  • Carr, V. J.
  • Carrera, N.
  • Catts, S. V.
  • Chambert, K. D.
  • Cheng, W.
  • Cloninger, C. R.
  • Cohen, D.
  • Cormican, P.
  • Germeys, I.Y.R.

  • Van Os, J.
  • CNV
  • Schizophrenia Working Grp
  • Psychosis Endophenotypes

Associated organisations

    Research areas

  • GENE, 16P11.2, AUTISM, RISK, CNVS, REARRANGEMENTS, DUPLICATIONS, PHENOTYPES, DISORDERS, MUTATIONS
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Details

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)27-35
Number of pages9
JournalNature Genetics
Volume49
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2017