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O'Donovan M. on NEWS: Study Claiming Eight Types of Schizophrenia Called Into Question, Comment by Michael O'Donovan, Gerome Breen, Brendan Bulik-Sullivan, Mark Daly, Sarah... 3 Oct 2014. 

O'Donovan M. on NEWS: News Brief: Schizophrenia Gene Suspect Affects Fetal Brain, Hill and Bray report mRNA expression analysis of the schizophrenia risk gene ZNF804A in adult... 11 Jan 2013. 

O'Donovan M, Kirov G. on NEWS: New Mutations Mount as Fathers Age, In a genomic sequencing study of 78 parent-proband trios (21 probands with schizophrenia, 44... 31 Aug 2012. 

O'Donovan M. on PAPER: Yang J. et al., 2011, The authors suggest they have developed a biomarker test for schizophrenia based upon a... 2 Nov 2011. 

O'Donovan M. on PAPER: Manrique-Garcia E. et al., 2011, Interesting and important long-term perspective on the relationship between cannabis and... 25 Oct 2011. 

O'Donovan M. on PAPER: Frans EM. et al., 2011, A useful addition to the literature on parental age and schizophrenia, and the possibility... 25 Oct 2011. 

O'Donovan M, Craddock N. on NEWS: GWAS Goes Bigger: Large Sample Sizes Uncover New Risk Loci, Additional Overlap in Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder, At the start of the millennium, only two molecular genetic findings could be said with a fair... 11 Oct 2011. 

O'Donovan M. on PAPER: Khandaker GM. et al., 2011, The authors show risk of schizophrenia varies indirectly with premorbid IQ and, importantly,... 25 Jul 2011. 

O'Donovan M. on PAPER: Li M. et al., 2011, It has been known for some time that there is an imperfect relationship between exonic DNA... 31 May 2011. 

O'Donovan M, Craddock N, Owen M. on PAPER: Van Snellenberg JX. et al., 2009, This meta-analysis of "old" data (family studies 1980-2006) supports the recent overwhelming... 10 Jul 2009. 

O'Donovan M, Craddock N, Owen M. on NEWS: Largest GWAS Analysis to Date Offers Only Two New Candidate Genes, Some commentators in their reflections take a rather negative view on what has been achieved... 9 Jul 2009. 

O'Donovan M, Craddock N, Owen M. on PAPER: O'Donovan MC. et al., 2008, Response to Comment by Tim Crow Dr. Crow makes a few points concerning our recent... 7 Jan 2009. 

O'Donovan M, Owen M, Kirov G. on NEWS: Copy Number Variations in Schizophrenia: Rare But Powerful?, The idea that a proportion of schizophrenia is associated with rare chromosomal abnormalities... 15 Apr 2008. 

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