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Five major psychiatric diseases have overlapping patterns of genetic activity, new study shows
Washington Post
This post has been updated. Certain patterns of genetic activity appear to be common among five distinct psychiatric disorders — autism, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression and alcoholism — according to a new study. The paper, appearing in
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Five major psychiatric diseases have overlapping patterns of genetic activity, new study shows – Washington Post


Washington Post

Five major psychiatric diseases have overlapping patterns of genetic activity, new study shows
Washington Post
This post has been updated. Certain patterns of genetic activity appear to be common among five distinct psychiatric disorders — autism, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression and alcoholism — according to a new study. The paper, appearing in ...
Major Psychiatric Disorders Have More In Common Than We Thought, Study FindsNPR
Brains of those with psychiatric disorders show similarities at the molecular levelThe Verge
Major mental illnesses unexpectedly share brain gene activity, raising hope for better diagnostics and therapiesScience Magazine
Scientific American -EurekAlert (press release) -The Scientist
all 10 news articles »

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