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Shi J, Levinson DF, Duan J, Sanders AR, Zheng Y, Pe'er I, Dudbridge F, Holmans PA, Whittemore AS, Mowry BJ, Olincy A, Amin F, Cloninger CR, Silverman JM, Buccola NG, Byerley WF, Black DW, Crowe RR, Oksenberg JR, Mirel DB, Kendler KS, Freedman R, Gejman PV. Common variants on chromosome 6p22.1 are associated with schizophrenia. Nature . 2009 Aug 6 ; 460(7256):753-7. PubMed Abstract

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Primary News: Largest GWAS Analysis to Date Offers Only Two New Candidate Genes

Comment by:  Todd LenczAnil Malhotra (SRF Advisor)
Submitted 3 July 2009 Posted 3 July 2009

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Primary News: Largest GWAS Analysis to Date Offers Only Two New Candidate Genes

Comment by:  Daniel Weinberger, SRF Advisor
Submitted 3 July 2009 Posted 3 July 2009

The three Nature papers reporting GWAS results in a large...  Read more


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Primary News: Largest GWAS Analysis to Date Offers Only Two New Candidate Genes

Comment by:  Irving Gottesman, SRF Advisor
Submitted 3 July 2009 Posted 3 July 2009
  I recommend this paper

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Primary News: Largest GWAS Analysis to Date Offers Only Two New Candidate Genes

Comment by:  Christopher RossRussell L. Margolis
Submitted 6 July 2009 Posted 6 July 2009

Schizophrenia Genetics: Glass Half Full?
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Primary News: Largest GWAS Analysis to Date Offers Only Two New Candidate Genes

Comment by:  David Collier
Submitted 6 July 2009 Posted 6 July 2009
  I recommend this paper

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Primary News: Largest GWAS Analysis to Date Offers Only Two New Candidate Genes

Comment by:  Michael O'Donovan, SRF AdvisorNick CraddockMichael Owen (SRF Advisor)
Submitted 9 July 2009 Posted 9 July 2009

Some commentators in their reflections take a rather...  Read more


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Primary News: Largest GWAS Analysis to Date Offers Only Two New Candidate Genes

Comment by:  Kevin J. Mitchell
Submitted 9 July 2009 Posted 9 July 2009

GWAS Results: Is the Glass Half Full or 95 Percent...  Read more


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Primary News: Largest GWAS Analysis to Date Offers Only Two New Candidate Genes

Comment by:  David J. Porteous, SRF Advisor
Submitted 9 July 2009 Posted 10 July 2009
  I recommend this paper

Thumbs up or down on schizophrenia GWAS?
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Primary News: Largest GWAS Analysis to Date Offers Only Two New Candidate Genes

Comment by:  Sagiv Shifman
Submitted 11 July 2009 Posted 11 July 2009

The main question that arises from the three large...  Read more


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Primary News: Largest GWAS Analysis to Date Offers Only Two New Candidate Genes

Comment by:  Alan BrownPaul Patterson
Submitted 17 July 2009 Posted 17 July 2009

The three companion papers in this week’s issue of Nature,...  Read more


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Primary News: Largest GWAS Analysis to Date Offers Only Two New Candidate Genes

Comment by:  Javier Costas
Submitted 17 July 2009 Posted 17 July 2009
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