The Munich Vulnerability Study on Affective Disorders: risk factors for unipolarity versus bipolarity.


BACKGROUND An individual with a high genetic load for psychiatric disorders is subject to a considerable risk factor for an affective illness. Family studies usually try to distinguish between bipolar and unipolar disorders since it was suggested that they might show different modes of inheritance. The aim of this study was to differentiate between healthy… (More)


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