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  • Evidence that duplications of 22q11.2 protect against schizophrenia. 

    Rees, E; Kirov, G; Sanders, A; Walters, JTR; Chambert, KD; Shi, J; Szatkiewicz, J; O'Dushlaine, C; Richards, AL; Green, EK; Jones, I; Davies, G; Legge, SE; Moran, JL; Pato, C; Pato, M; Genovese, G; Levinson, D; Duan, J; Moy, W; Göring, HHH; Morris, D; Cormican, P; Kendler, KS; O'Neill, FA; Riley, B; Gill, M; Corvin, A; Wellcome Trust Case Control Consortium; Craddock, N; Sklar, P; Hultman, C; Sullivan, PF; Gejman, PV; McCarroll, SA; O'Donovan, MC; Owen, MJ (England, 2014-01)
    A number of large, rare copy number variants (CNVs) are deleterious for neurodevelopmental disorders, but large, rare, protective CNVs have not been reported for such phenotypes. Here we show in a CNV analysis of 47 005 ...

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