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De Novo Gene Mutations Occur In Half of Sporadic Cases of Schizophrenia | DrSamGirgis.com - insights from a physician blogger

De Novo Gene Mutations Occur In Half of Sporadic Cases of Schizophrenia | DrSamGirgis.com - insights from a physician blogger | Biomarkers and Personalized Medicine | Scoop.it
RT @illumina: #HiSeq exome sequencing study: de novo gene mutations occur in approximately half of sporadic cases of schizophrenia: http://t.co/LlpW1hiR...
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Mutations Not Inherited from Parents Cause More than Half the Cases of Schizophrenia

Columbia University Medical Center researchers have shown that new, or “de novo,” protein-altering mutations—genetic errors that are present in patients but not in their parents—play a role in more than 50 percent of “sporadic” —i.e., not...
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Dissecting the Syndrome of Schizophrenia: Progress toward ...

Dissecting the Syndrome of Schizophrenia: Progress toward ... | Biomarkers and Personalized Medicine | Scoop.it
Although many genetic studies have focussed on identifying diagnostic biomarker, other studies have used pharmacogenomics approaches to identify changes in DNA sequence that may provide indicators of treatment responsiveness based on ...
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Schizophrenia: genes matter (even though inheritance might not)

Schizophrenia: genes matter (even though inheritance might not) | Biomarkers and Personalized Medicine | Scoop.it
A new study shows that schizophrenia is often associated with new mutations that haven't been inherited from either parent. It joins a growing list of human disorders where that's the case.
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Family Trio Exome Study Suggests Role for De Novo Mutations in Schizophrenia | Clinical Sequencing News | Sequencing | GenomeWeb

Family Trio Exome Study Suggests Role for De Novo Mutations in Schizophrenia | Clinical Sequencing News | Sequencing | GenomeWeb | Biomarkers and Personalized Medicine | Scoop.it
Family Trio Exome Study Suggests Role for De Novo Mutations in Schizophrenia http://t.co/eyHWMrw...
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