The neural consequences of combat stress: long-term follow-up

@article{Wingen2012TheNC,
  title={The neural consequences of combat stress: long-term follow-up},
  author={Guido A. van Wingen and Elbert Geuze and Eric Vermetten and Gabriella Fernandez},
  journal={Molecular Psychiatry},
  year={2012},
  volume={17},
  pages={116-118}
}
It is widely thought that alleles that influence susceptibility to common diseases, including schizophrenia, will frequently do so through effects on gene expression. As only a small proportion of the genetic variance for schizophrenia has been attributed to specific loci, this remains an unproven hypothesis. The International Schizophrenia Consortium (ISC) recently reported a substantial polygenic contribution to that disorder, and that schizophrenia risk alleles are enriched among single… CONTINUE READING

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