Mouse models for psychiatric disorders.

Abstract

Genes involved in psychiatric disorders are difficult to identify, and those that have been proposed so far remain ambiguous. As it is unrealistic to expect the development of, say, a 'schizophrenic' or 'autistic' mouse, mice are unlikely to have the same role in gene identification in psychiatry as circling mice did in the discovery of human deafness genes… (More)

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