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Brandon N. on NEWS: Stem Cells and TALENs Bring DISC1 Back in the News, The lab of Hongjun Song and Guo-Li Ming have provided a detailed analysis and... 19 Aug 2014. 

Brandon N. on PAPER: Brown SM. et al., 2011, Brown et al. (Brown et al., 2011) have shown... 15 Mar 2011. 

Brandon N. on NEWS: DISC1: A Matter of Life or Death for Neural Progenitors, Li-huei Tsai and colleagues have identified another pathway in which the candidate gene DISC1... 30 Mar 2009. 

Brandon N. on NEWS: New Spin on DISC1—Mouse Mutation Impairs Behavior, Mutant Mice Bring Further Excitement to the DISC1-PDE4 Arena DISC1 continues to... 8 May 2007. 

Brandon N. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: The DISC1 Pathway in Major Mental Illness: Clinical, Genetic and Biological Evidenceā€”Current Status and Future Prospects, It's an exciting time for research around DISC1. There is real momentum in the field which is... 19 Jan 2007. 

Brandon N. on PAPER: Kamiya A. et al., 2006, The Sawa group have further expanded our knowledge of the complex existing between DISC1 and... 21 Nov 2006. 

Brandon N. on PAPER: Kholmanskikh SS. et al., 2005, Lis1 is known to play a crucial role in neuronal migration and neurogenesis. This is shown... 28 Dec 2005. 

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