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Zhou X, Chen Q, Schaukowitch K, Kelsoe JR, Geyer MA. Insoluble DISC1-Boymaw fusion proteins generated by DISC1 translocation. Mol Psychiatry . 2010 Jul 1 ; 15(7):669-72. PubMed Abstract

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Comment by:  Carsten Korth, SRF Advisor
Submitted 5 July 2010 Posted 5 July 2010

The study proposes an alternative mechanism of how the...  Read more

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Comment by:  Xianjin Zhou
Submitted 11 July 2010 Posted 11 July 2010

I would like to explain a little more on the protein...  Read more

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Comment by:  Akira Sawa, SRF Advisor
Submitted 14 July 2010 Posted 14 July 2010

The paper by Dr. Zhou and colleagues, describing insoluble...  Read more

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Comment by:  Aaron Marley
Submitted 19 July 2010 Posted 19 July 2010

Since the translocation event deletes portions of the...  Read more

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