Genetic mutation studies shed new light on schizophrenia
LONDON, Jan 22 (Reuters) - People with schizophrenia have genetic mutations that cluster in specific proteins key to the workings of the brain, according to research that suggests a fresh way to look at the illness and links it to other brain disorders such as autism.
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