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Stem Cells and TALENs Bring DISC1 Back in the News
18 August 2014. DISC1 returns to center stage, thanks to a marriage of stem cell and DNA editing technologies...
 
Model of Schizophrenia Cortical Deficits Reversed With Antioxidants
15 August 2014. An international collaboration offers up evidence linking the reported alterations in cortical interneurons in schizophrenia to oxidative stress...
 
Whether Mild or Extreme, Psychotic Experiences Share Risk Factors
8 August 2014. Mild to severe psychotic experiences share similar genetic and environmental risk factors...
 
 
 
 
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Drugs in Trials Compendium Updated
Hugo Geerts
This week, Hugo Geerts weighs in with his semiannual update on clinical trials for schizophrenia. Amid many disappointing results, there are a few compounds that have made progress: Intra-Cellular Therapeutics's ITI-007 and Reviva's RP5063, both of which have dopaminergic as well as serotonergic targets and had successful Phase 2 proof-of-concept trials. Other updates are for EGIS-11150, BFF-816, AZD2624, Org25925, F17464, F17807, AE58054, MP-10, bitopertin, TC5619, DAR-100, NW3509, and AUT6.
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Junior Faculty Position in Vision Research in Schizophrenia: Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, Piscataway, New Jersey.
 
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NEWS: Stem Cells and TALENs Bring DISC1 Back in the News
 
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NEWS: Stem Cells and TALENs Bring DISC1 Back in the News
 
Jobs - Posted 18 August 2014
Postdoctoral Research Position: Stanford University, Palo Alto, California.
 
Jobs - Posted 18 August 2014
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