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Schizophrenia and beta-thalassemia: a genetic link?

Published in Psychiatry Research. 2008, vol. 158, no. 2, p. 260-1
Abstract This report of two cases in which schizophrenia and beta-thalassemia occurred simultaneously in several family members may suggest that a genetic link exists between these two disorders. A known genetic disease (beta-thalassemia) could help confirm the presence, on the short arm of chromosome 11, of a genetic susceptibility factor for schizophrenia.
Keywords AdultChromosomes Human Pair 11/geneticsFemaleHumansMaleMiddle AgedSchizophrenia/complications/geneticsTryptophan Hydroxylase/geneticsBeta-Thalassemia/complications/genetics
PMID: 18221792
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BORRAS, Laurence, HUGUELET, Philippe. Schizophrenia and beta-thalassemia: a genetic link?. In: Psychiatry Research, 2008, vol. 158, n° 2, p. 260-1. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:844

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