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Dysbindin is known to (a) bind ß-dystrobrevin in postsynaptic densities in a number of brain areas, and (b) be a component of the biogenesis of lysosome-related organelles complex 1 (BLOC-1). Reduced levels of dysbindin have been identified presynaptically at hippocampal formation sites lacking ß-dystrobrevin in schizophrenia cases. This suggests a role for… (More)
PROGRAMME 2.00 pm Welcome 2.15pm Presented Abstracts 3.15pm Invited Abstract: Is there a place for liver transplantation from living donors?