Number of risk genotypes is a risk factor for major depressive disorder: a case control study

@article{Garriock2006NumberOR,
  title={Number of risk genotypes is a risk factor for major depressive disorder: a case control study},
  author={Holly Ann Garriock and Pedro L. Delgado and Mitchel Allan Kling and Linda L Carpenter and Michael Jason Burke and William M. J. Burke and Thomas Schwartz and Lauren B. Marangell and Mustafa Husain and Robert P. Erickson and Francisco A. Moreno},
  journal={Behavioral and Brain Functions},
  year={2006},
  volume={2},
  pages={24 - 24}
}
The objective of the study was to determine the genetic basis of Major Depressive Disorder, and the capacity to respond to antidepressant treatment. An association study of 21 candidate polymorphisms relevant to monoamine function and the mechanism of antidepressant response was conducted in 3 phenotypically distinct samples: a group with chronic or recurrent depression unable to respond to antidepressants (non-responders) (n = 58), a group capable of symptomatic improvement with or without… CONTINUE READING
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