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Toulopoulou T. on PAPER: Greenwood TA. et al., 2013, Some of the very best schizophrenia scientists in the world are part of this consortium, and... 17 Apr 2013. 

Toulopoulou T. on PAPER: Maccabe JH. et al., 2013, Adolescence is a period of dramatic brain maturation and reorganization, and may also be a... 22 Feb 2013. 

Toulopoulou T, Picchioni M. on PAPER: van Os J. et al., 2013, The boundaries of normality in physiology are often blurred. This tells us something about... 21 Feb 2013. 

Toulopoulou T. on PAPER: Fowler T. et al., 2012, Objections are principled but not data driven Fowler and colleagues ( 1 Oct 2012. 

Toulopoulou T. on PAPER: Lien YJ. et al., 2010, Although schizophrenia has a high heritability, the genetic effects conferring risk to... 8 Jul 2010. 

Toulopoulou T. on NEWS: Nine Dimensions of Schizophrenia Found to Run in Families, While a number of genetic loci that appear to represent an increased susceptibility... 15 Jul 2009. 

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