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Do COMT, BDNF and NRG1 polymorphisms influence P50 sensory gating in psychosis?Shaikh, M; Hall, MH; Schulze, K; Dutt, A; Walshe, M; Williams, I; Constante, M; Picchioni, M; Toulopoulou, T; Collier, D; Rijsdijk, F; Powell, J; Arranz, M; Murray, RM; Bramon, E2011155
 
Copy number variations of chromosome 16p13.1 region associated with schizophreniaIngason, A; Rujescu, D; Cichon, S; Sigurdsson, E; Sigmundsson, T; Pietiläinen, OPH; BuizerVoskamp, JE; Strengman, E; Francks, C; Muglia, P; Gylfason, A; Gustafsson, O; Olason, PI; Steinberg, S; Hansen, T; Jakobsen, KD; Rasmussen, HB; Giegling, I; Möller, HJ; Hartmann, A; Crombie, C; Fraser, G; Walker, N; Lonnqvist, J; Suvisaari, J; TuulioHenriksson, A; Bramon, E; Kiemeney, LA; Franke, B; Murray, R; Vassos, E; Toulopoulou, T; Mühleisen, TW; Tosato, S; Ruggeri, M; Djurovic, S; Andreassen, OA; Zhang, Z; Werge, T; Ophoff, RA; Rietschel, M; Nöthen, MM; Petursson, H; Stefansson, H; Peltonen, L; Collier, D; Stefansson, K; Clair, DMS2011195
 
Association of the serotonin transporter gene, neuroticism and smoking behavioursO'Gara, C; Knight, J; Stapleton, J; Luty, J; Neale, B; Nash, M; HeuzoDiaz, P; Hoda, F; Cohen, S; Sutherland, G; Collier, D; Sham, P; Ball, D; McGuffin, P; Craig, I2008133
 
Positional Pathway Screen of wnt Signaling Genes in Schizophrenia: Association with DKK4Proitsi, P; Li, T; Hamilton, G; Di Forti, M; Collier, D; Killick, R; Chen, R; Sham, P; Murray, R; Powell, J; Lovestone, S2008141
 
Linkage disequilibrium analysis of the CHRNA7 gene and its partially duplicated region in schizophreniaIwata, Y; Nakajima, M; Yamada, K; Nakamura, K; Sekine, Y; Tsuchiya, KJ; Sugihara, G; Matsuzaki, H; Suda, S; Suzuki, K; Takei, N; Mori, N; Iwayama, Y; Takao, H; Yoshikawa, T; Riley, B; Makoff, A; Sham, P; Chen, R; Collier, D200784
 
Linkage disequilibrium analysis of CHRNA7 gene and its partially duplicated region in schizophreniaIwata, Y; Nakajima, M; Yamada, K; Nakamura, K; Sekine, Y; Tsuchiya, KJ; Sugihara, G; Matsuzaki, H; Suda, S; Suzuki, K; Takei, N; Mori, N; Iwayama, Y; Takao, H; Yoshikawa, T; Riley, B; Makoff, A; Sham, PC; Chen, RYL; Collier, D2007105
 
Is there an association between the COMT gene and P300 endophenotypes?Bramon, E; Dempster, E; Frangou, S; McDonald, C; Schoenberg, P; MacCabe, JH; Walshe, M; Sham, P; Collier, D; Murray, RM200683
 
The differential clinical and neurocognitive profiles of COMT SNP rs165599 genotypes in schizophreniaChan, RCK; Chen, RYL; Chen, EYH; Hui, TCK; Cheung, EFC; Cheung, HK; Sham, P; Li, T; Collier, D2005344
 
Linkage Disequilibrium Analysis of Polymorphisms in the Gene for Myelin Oligodendrocyte Glycoprotein in Tourette's Syndrome Patients from a Chinese SampleHuang, Y; Li, T; Wang, Y; Ansar, J; Lanting, G; Liu, X; Zhao, JH; Hu, X; Sham, PC; Collier, D200460
 
Association Between Monoamine Oxidase A Gene (CA)n Polymorphism and Risk for Schizophrenia in the Chinese PopulationChen, RYL; Li, T; Sham, PC; Chen, EYH; Hui, TCK; Chau, TWY; Chan, RCK; Collier, D2004122
 
No association between T102C polymorphism of serotonin-2A receptor gene and clinical phenotypes of Chinese schizophrenic patientsYuk Lun Chen, R; Sham, P; Yu Hai Chen, E; Li, T; Fuk Chi Cheung, E; Chok King Hui, T; Lan Kwok, C; LiehMak, F; Hua Zhao, J; Collier, D; Murray, R2001119
 
No evidence of association between a polymorphism in the COMT gene and clinical phenotypes of schizophrenia in ChinaChen, RYL; Shum, PC; Chen, EYH; Li, T; Cheung, EFC; Hui, TCK; Kwok, CL; Lieh Mak, F; Zhao, JH; Collier, D; Murray, R200065
 
No evidence of association between a polymorphism the COMT gene and clinical phenotypes of schizophrenia in ChinaChen, RYL; Shum, PC; Chen, EYH; Li, T; Cheung, EFC; Hui, TCK; Kwok, CL; Mak-Lieh, F; Zhao, JH; Collier, D; Murray, R200081
 
Candidate transmission disequilibrium analysis for quantitative traits in tourette syndrome in a chinese family trio sampleJawaid, A; Huang, Y; Li, T; Hu, X; Liu, X; Guo, L; Ma, X; Liu, J; Zhao, J; Collier, D; Sham, P200062
 
102T/C polymorphism of serotonin receptor type 2A gene is not associated with schizophrenia in either Chinese or British populationsHe, L; Li, T; Melville, C; Liu, S; Feng, GY; Gu, NF; Fox, H; Shaw, D; Breen, G; Liu, X; Sham, P; Brown, J; Collier, D; St Clair, D1999146
 
Suggestive evidence for linkage of schizophrenia to markers on chromosome 13 in Caucasian but not Oriental populationsLin, MW; Sham, P; Hwu, HG; Collier, D; Murray, R; Powell, JF199768
 
Allelic functional variation of serotonin transporter expression is a susceptibility factor for late onset Alzheimer's diseaseLi, T; Holmes, C; Sham, PC; Vallada, H; Birkett, J; Kirov, G; Lesch, KP; Powell, J; Lovestone, S; Collier, D199762
 
A combined analysis of D22S278 marker alleles in affected sib-pairs: Support for a susceptibility locus for schizophrenia at chromosome 22q12Gill, M; Vallada, H; Collier, D; Sham, P; Holmans, P; Murray, R; Mcguffin, P; Nanko, S; Owen, M; Antonarakis, S; Housman, D; Kazazian, H; Nestadt, G; Pulver, AE; Straub, RE; Maclean, CJ; Walsh, D; Kendler, KS; Delisi, L199671
 
No evidence for linkage between the X-chromosome marker DXS7 and schizophreniaOkoro, C; Bell, R; Sham, P; Nanko, S; Asherson, P; Owen, M; Gill, M; Mcguffin, P; Murray, RM; Collier, D199555
 
Association between clozapine response and allelic variation in 5-HT(2A) receptor geneArranz, M; Collier, D; Sodhi, M; Ball, D; Roberts, G; Price, J; Sham, P; Kerwin, R199556
 
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