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Towards Understanding the Schizophrenia Code: An Expanded Convergent Functional Genomics Approach

H.Le-Niculescu 1, 2 ,3, Y.Balaraman 1, 2 ,3, S. Patel 1, 3, J. Tan 1, 3, K. Sidhu 1, 3, R. E. Jerome 4, H. J. Edenberg 4,
R. Kuczenski 5, M. A. Geyer 5, J. I. Nurnberger Jr. 3, S. V. Faraone 6, M. T. Tsuang 5, and A. B. Niculescu 1, 2, 3

1 Laboratory of Neurophenomics, IU School of Medicine; 2 INBRAIN, IU School of Medicine; 3 Institute of Psychiatric Research, IU School of Medicine; 4 Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, IU School of Medicine; 5 Deptartment of Psychiatry, UC San Diego; 6 Deptartment of Psychiatry, SUNY Upstate Medical University


Top candidate genes for schizophrenia identified by CFG (Le-Niculescu et al. 2007)


Genechip Microarray Data