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Clapcote SJ, Lipina TV, Millar JK, Mackie S, Christie S, Ogawa F, Lerch JP, Trimble K, Uchiyama M, Sakuraba Y, Kaneda H, Shiroishi T, Houslay MD, Henkelman RM, Sled JG, Gondo Y, Porteous DJ, Roder JC. Behavioral phenotypes of Disc1 missense mutations in mice. Neuron . 2007 May 3 ; 54(3):387-402. PubMed Abstract

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Primary News: New Spin on DISC1—Mouse Mutation Impairs Behavior

Comment by:  Akira Sawa, SRF Advisor
Submitted 8 May 2007 Posted 8 May 2007

This is outstanding work reporting DISC1 genetically...  Read more


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Primary News: New Spin on DISC1—Mouse Mutation Impairs Behavior

Comment by:  Christopher Ross
Submitted 8 May 2007 Posted 8 May 2007

This paper demonstrates that mutations in DISC1 can alter...  Read more


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Primary News: New Spin on DISC1—Mouse Mutation Impairs Behavior

Comment by:  Nick Brandon (Disclosure)
Submitted 8 May 2007 Posted 8 May 2007

Mutant Mice Bring Further Excitement to the DISC1-PDE4...  Read more


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