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Comments - Posted 2 September 2014
Read remarks by John McGrath about Need AC et al.
PAPER: Schizophrenia genetics comes of age.

Comments - Posted 26 August 2014
Read remarks by Hugo Geerts about Anticevic A et al.
NEWS: Ketamine Elicits Brain State Resembling Early Stages of Schizophrenia

Comments - Posted 26 August 2014
Read remarks by Alexandre Seillier about Metaxas A et al.
PAPER: Subchronic treatment with phencyclidine in adolescence leads to impaired exploratory behavior in adult rats without altering social interaction or N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor binding levels.

Comments - Posted 25 August 2014
Read remarks by Atsushi Kamiya about Wen Z et al.
NEWS: Stem Cells and TALENs Bring DISC1 Back in the News

Conferences - Posted 24 August 2014
Winter Conference on Brain Research: 24-29 January 2015, Big Sky, MT, U.S.A.

Comments - Posted 22 August 2014
Read remarks by Barbara K. Lipska about Jan-Harry Cabungcal et al.
NEWS: Model of Schizophrenia Cortical Deficits Reversed With Antioxidants

Jobs - Posted 19 August 2014
Junior Faculty Position in Vision Research in Schizophrenia: Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, Piscataway, New Jersey.

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