In a paper published in European Journal of Human Genetics (2006, Vol. 14, pp. 512–519), Karayiorgou and Gogos outline the evidence supporting each of the proposed positional candidate genes and identify some general areas of caution in their interpretation, contributing to the efforts to decipher the genetic causes of schizophrenia.
Professor M Karayiorgou, The Rockefeller University, Laboratory of Human Neurogenetics, 1230 York Avenue, Box #313, New York, NY 10021, USA.
Abstract available online.
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