Polygenic risk score distributions suggest that treatment resistance in schizophrenia is unlikely to be driven by schizophrenia associated common variations
Rose Mary Xavier PhD, MS, RN, PMHNP-BC; Brian M. Britt; Martilias Farrell PhD; Matthew K. Harner BA; Tyler E. Diettrich; Dawn M. Filmyer PhD; Lisa M. Bruno; Raquel E. Gur MD, PhD; Laura Almasy PhD; Patrick F. Sullivan MD, FRANZCP; Richard Josiassen PhD
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