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Epigenomics in psychiatry

Neuropsychobiology

Aug 18, 2009

Tadafumi Kato

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It is not known whether and how epigenetic factors contribute to the pathophysiology of mental disorders. As possible mechanisms, epimutations during embryogenesis, epigenetic memory of environmental effects, and the role of epigenetic gene regulation in the action mechanisms of treatme...read more

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DNA Methylation [PE]
Autopsy
Brain
Candidate Disease Gene
DNA Methylation
Embryonic Development
DNA Methylation Analysis
Study of Epigenetics
Mental Disorders
Physiopathological
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Epigenomics in psychiatry

Neuropsychobiology

Aug 18, 2009

Tadafumi Kato

PMID: 19684417

DOI: 10.1159/000234810

Abstract

It is not known whether and how epigenetic factors contribute to the pathophysiology of mental disorders. As possible mechanisms, epimutations during embryogenesis, epigenetic memory of environmental effects, and the role of epigenetic gene regulation in the action mechanisms of treatme...read more

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DNA Methylation [PE]
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Candidate Disease Gene
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Embryonic Development
DNA Methylation Analysis
Study of Epigenetics
Mental Disorders
Physiopathological

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