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Evidence of association between bipolar disorder and Citron on chromosome 12q24

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Lyons-Warren, A., Chang, J., Balkissoon, R. et al. Evidence of association between bipolar disorder and Citron on chromosome 12q24. Mol Psychiatry 10, 807–809 (2005).

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