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Discussions

Neurobiology and Genetics of Suicide Risk

 

Published: February 1, 1999

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Dr. DePaulo: Genetics research on bipolar disorder has been frustrating. With all the promise of the molecular genetic methods, it looked as though we were going to be able to identify loci or genes of major impact on the illness. We scanned the genome in a sizeable number of families, in 2 or 3 different studies.’ ‹’ ‹’ ‹


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Volume: 60

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