The neuregulin1 risk polymorphism associates with grey matter volume in first episode psychosis - a preliminary investigation.

M.K. Harte, David Watson, Suzanne Barrett, R. McCaul, R. Anderson, R. Bridcutt, Ciaran Mulholland, Stephen Cooper, Gavin Reynolds

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Original languageEnglish
PagesA19-A19
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2008
EventBritish Association of Psychopharmacology Summer Meeting: July 20 – July 23 2008. - Harrogate, United Kingdom
Duration: 01 Jul 200801 Jul 2008

Conference

ConferenceBritish Association of Psychopharmacology Summer Meeting: July 20 – July 23 2008.
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityHarrogate
Period01/07/200801/07/2008

Bibliographical note

Medium of Output: Journal of Psychopharmacology

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Harte, M. K., Watson, D., Barrett, S., McCaul, R., Anderson, R., Bridcutt, R., Mulholland, C., Cooper, S., & Reynolds, G. (2008). The neuregulin1 risk polymorphism associates with grey matter volume in first episode psychosis - a preliminary investigation.. A19-A19. Paper presented at British Association of Psychopharmacology Summer Meeting: July 20 – July 23 2008., Harrogate, United Kingdom.