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Biological Exuberance: Animal Homosexuality and Natural Diversity
- W. Byne
- 26 April 2000
The thalamus and schizophrenia: current status of research
A review examines those aspects of thalamic circuitry and function that suggest salience to SZ and evidence for anomalies of thAlamic structure and function obtained from postmortem and neuroimaging studies is examined.
Report of the American Psychiatric Association Task Force on Treatment of Gender Identity Disorder
Current evidence was judged sufficient to support recommendations for adults in the form of an evidence-based APA Practice Guideline with gaps in the empirical data supplemented by clinical consensus.
Loss and altered spatial distribution of oligodendrocytes in the superior frontal gyrus in schizophrenia
Postmortem assessment of thalamic nuclear volumes in subjects with schizophrenia.
Schizophrenia is associated with volume and neuronal changes in the mediodorsal nucleus and pulvinar, the major association nuclei of the thalamus, whereas total thalamic volume and the volumes of anterior and centromedian nuclei were not significantly altered.
Differences in DNA methylation between human neuronal and glial cells are concentrated in enhancers and non-CpG sites
Neuron-type differential methylation was overrepresented in CpG island shores, enriched within gene bodies but not in intergenic regions, and preferentially harbored binding motifs for a distinct set of transcription factors, including neuron-specific activity-dependent factors.
Magnetic resonance imaging of the thalamic mediodorsal nucleus and pulvinar in schizophrenia and schizotypal personality disorder.
Measurement of MDN and pulvinar in magnetic resonance images is feasible and reproducible, and only schizophrenic patients show reduction relative to brain volume in MDN.
Evidence for a decrease in basilar dendrites of pyramidal cells in schizophrenic medial prefrontal cortex
The Interstitial Nuclei of the Human Anterior Hypothalamus: An Investigation of Variation with Sex, Sexual Orientation, and HIV Status
Although there was a trend for INAH3 to occupy a smaller volume in homosexual men than in heterosexual men, there was no difference in the number of neurons within the nucleus based on sexual orientation.