Genetic variant relating to protein involved in neurotransmission may affect brain’s ability to regulate emotion.
A new study has shown that individuals with schizophrenia are dying earlier and at a higher rate than those without schizophrenia.
Novel research clarifies the effects of long-term schizophrenia medication on cognitive function.
This study generates a novel dataset of associations for disorders such as major depression and schizophrenia, providing a global perspective for their genetic etiology.
In this perspective article, the authors draw attention toward the pharmacoepigenomic influence of antipsychotic drugs, and distinguish its significance from therapeutic response and schizophrenia pathogenesis.
Stem cell-derived neurons in the development of targeted treatment for schizophrenia and bipolar disorder
Insight into the current research areas utilizing stem cell models to provide new evidence of the pathobiology of schizopheria and bipolar disorder, followed by how this can influence the development of new targeted therapies.
In this Editorial, researchers from McGovern Medical School put the recent Lennox et al. Lancet paper in context, looking at the role of neuronal cell surface antibodies in schizophrenia.
Mice with increased levels of kynurenic acid display behaviors similar to traits seen in schizophrenia patients.
Study investigates the connectivity of neurons from three areas of the brain that are closely associated with schizophrenia.
Relationship elucidated between genes associated with psychiatric disorders and social communication
Researchers have discovered that psychiatric disorders share some genetic influences with social communication problems and that these genetic links have disorder-dependent developmental profiles.