Human Genome data analyzed by an evolutionary method suggests a decrease in cerebral protein-synthesis rate as cause of schizophrenia and an increase as antipsychotic mechanism

@inproceedings{Moises2001HumanGD,
  title={Human Genome data analyzed by an evolutionary method suggests a decrease in cerebral protein-synthesis rate as cause of schizophrenia and an increase as antipsychotic mechanism},
  author={Hans Moises},
  year={2001}
}
The Human Genome Project (HGP) provides researchers with the data of nearly all human genes and the challenge to use this information for elucidating the etiology of common disorders. A secondary Darwinian method was applied to HGP and other research data to approximate and possibly unravel the etiology of schizophrenia. The results indicate that genetic and epigenetic variants of genes involved in signal transduction, transcription and translation - converging at the protein-synthesis rate… CONTINUE READING