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Glial cell dysfunction in schizophrenia indicated by increased S100B in the CSF

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This study was supported by the Innovative Medical Research Program of the University of Muenster (RO 2 1 99 19).

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Rothermundt, M., Falkai, P., Ponath, G. et al. Glial cell dysfunction in schizophrenia indicated by increased S100B in the CSF. Mol Psychiatry 9, 897–899 (2004).

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