DNA methylation analyses of the candidate genes identified by a methylome-wide association study revealed common epigenetic alterations in schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Sugawara, Hiroko MD, PhD 1,2; Murata, Yui PhD 3; Ikegame, Tempei MD 4; Sawamura, Rie PhD 3; Shimanaga, Shota 3; Takeoka, Yusuke 3; Saito, Takeo MD, PhD 5; Ikeda, Masashi MD, PhD 5; Yoshikawa, Akane MD, PhD 4; Nishimura, Fumichika MD, PhD 4; Kawamura, Yoshiya MD, PhD 6; Kakiuchi, Chihiro MD, PhD 4; Sasaki, Tsukasa MD, PhD 7; Iwata, Nakao MD, PhD 5; Hashimoto, Mamoru MD, PhD 1; Kasai, Kiyoto MD, PhD 4; Kato, Tadafumi MD, PhD 8; Bundo, Miki PhD *,3,9; Iwamoto, Kazuya PhD *,3
Psychiatry & Clinical Neurosciences.
72(4):245-254, April 2018.
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