V Folnegovic

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The available data from preclinical and pharmacological studies on the role of gamma amino butyric acid (GABA) support the hypothesis that a dysfunction in brain GABAergic system activity contributes to the vulnerability to bipolar affective disorders (BPAD). Moreover, the localization of the alpha3 subunit GABA receptor GABRA3 gene on the Xq28, a region of(More)
Available data on gamma amino butyric acid (GABA) support the hypothesis that a dysfunction in the brain GABAergic system activity contributes to vulnerability to affective disorders (AD), including bipolar disorder (BPAD) and unipolar disorder (UPAD). The localization of the alpha3 subunit GABA receptor (GABRA3) gene in Xq28, a region of interest for BPAD(More)
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