W-C Ou-Yang

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Previous studies have indicated possible linkage of schizophrenia with chromosome 6p21-24. In an attempt to replicate these findings, we studied the linkage of schizophrenia with nine markers on chromosome 6p21-24 in 39 Taiwanese schizophrenic nuclear families with at least two affected siblings. Two diagnostic models (narrow: Diagnostic and Statistical(More)
In order to evaluate the linkage of schizophrenia to loci at chromosome 15q, we genotyped six microsatellite markers at chromosome 15q11-14 in 52 Taiwanese schizophrenic families. Two phenotype models (narrow: DSM-IV schizophrenia only; and broad: including schizophrenia, schizoaffective, and other nonaffective psychotic disorders) were used to define the(More)
A positive linkage of schizophrenia with chromosome 1q loci has been reported in Caucasian patients. This study was designed to evaluate the linkage of schizophrenia with markers of the 1q22-44 region in 52 Taiwanese families with at least two affected siblings. In the region 1q22-31 (17.8 cM), marker D1S1679 had a maximal proportion (0.57, P=0.03) of(More)
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