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Employed family-based genetic discovery combining linkage analysis and exome sequencing to identify RCL1 as a novel candidate gene for depression, with independent replication in a population-based cohort

Research paper by N Amin, F M S de Vrij, M Baghdadi, R W W Brouwer, J G J van Rooij, O Jovanova, A G Uitterlinden, A Hofman, H L A Janssen, S Darwish Murad, R Kraaij, J Stedehouder, M C G N van den Hout, J M Kros, W F J van IJcken, et al.

Indexed on: 08 May '18Published on: 07 May '18Published in: Molecular Psychiatry



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Authors: N Amin, F M S de Vrij, M Baghdadi, R W W Brouwer, J G J van Rooij, O Jovanova, A G Uitterlinden, A Hofman, H L A Janssen, S Darwish Murad, R Kraaij, J Stedehouder, M C G N van den Hout, J M Kros, W F J van IJcken, H Tiemeier, S A Kushner, C M van Duijn Article URL: http://feeds.nature.com/~r/mp/rss/current/~3/es1O31HEoNg/mp20186 Citation: Employed family-based genetic discovery combining linkage analysis and exome sequencing to identify RCL1 as a novel candidate gene for depression, with independent replication in a population-based cohort, Published online: 2018-05-07; doi:10.1038/mp.2018.6 Publication Date: 2018-05-07 Journal: Molecular Psychiatry