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Evidence for X-Chromosomal Schizophrenia Associated with microRNA Alterations

By Jinong Feng, Guihua Sun, Jin Yan, Katie Noltner, Wenyan Li, Carolyn H. Buzin, Jeff Longmate, Leonard L. Heston, John Rossi and Steve S. Sommer
Topics: Research Article
Publisher: Public Library of Science
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