Neurodevelopmental involvement in schizophrenia: the olfactory epithelium as an alternative model for research.

Abstract

It has been suggested that disturbances during neurodevelopment may play a crucial role in the etiology of schizophrenia (SZ). This premise is supported by brain imaging, epidemiological, and pathological studies as well as the discovery of susceptibility genes for SZ that appear to be implicated in development of the central nervous system. Here, we… (More)

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