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Genetic origins of schizophrenia find common ground

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Nature 604, 433-435 (2022)



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C.O.I. is listed as one of the 500+ co-authors on one of the papers discussed in the News & Views article as a result of generating data for one of the cohorts. This fact is stated at the end of the article text.


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