ErbB4 Genotype Predicts Left Frontotemporal Structural Connectivity in Human Brain

@article{Konrad2009ErbB4GP,
  title={ErbB4 Genotype Predicts Left Frontotemporal Structural Connectivity in Human Brain},
  author={Andreas Konrad and Goran Vucurevic and Francesco Musso and Peter Stoeter and Norbert Dahmen and Georg Winterer},
  journal={Neuropsychopharmacology},
  year={2009},
  volume={34},
  pages={641-650}
}
Diminished left frontotemporal connectivity is among the most frequently reported findings in schizophrenia and there is evidence that altered neuronal myelination may in part account for this deficit. Several investigations have suggested that variations of the genes that encode the Neuregulin 1 (NRG1)–ErbB4 receptor complex are associated with schizophrenia illness. As NRG1-–ErbB4 has been implicated in neuronal myelination, we investigated with diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) whether… CONTINUE READING
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