Darleen McKeane

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Recessive mutations of the potassium chloride co-transporter 3 gene ( SLC12A6 , KCC3 ) cause severe peripheral neuropathy frequently associated with agenesis of the corpus callosum and psychoses (ACCPN). SLC12A6 is localized on chromosome 15q14, a region where linkage to schizophrenia and bipolar disorder has previously been shown. Mutation analysis of(More)
Two well-supported theories of schizophrenia pathogenesis are the neurotransmitter theory and the neurodevelopmental theory, suggesting, respectively, that dysregulation of neurotransmitter signaling and abnormal brain development are causative in this disease. The strongest evidence of neurotransmitter involvement are suggestions of abnormal dopamine(More)
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