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    • The Association between familial risk and brain abnormalities Is disease specific: an ENIGMA-relatives study of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder 

      Zwarte, S. M. C.; Brouwer, R. M.; Agartz, I.; Alda, M.; Aleman, A.; Alpert, K. I.; Bearden, C. E.; Bertolino, A.; Bois, C.; Bonvino, A.; Bramon, E.; Buimer, E.; Cahn, W.; Cannon, D. M.; Cannon, T. D.; Caseras, X.; Castro-Fornieles, J.; Chen, Q.; Serna, E.; Giorgio, A. D.; Doucet, G.; Eker, M. C.; Erk, S.; Fears, S.; Foley, S.; Frangou, S.; Frankland, A.; Fullerton, J.; Glahn, D.; Goghari, V.; Goldman, A.; Gonul, A.; Gruber, O.; Haan, L.; Hajek, T.; Hawkins, E.; Heinz, A.; Hillegers, M.; Pol, H.; Hultman, C.; Ingvar, M.; Johansson, V.; Jönsson, E.; Kane, K.; Kempton, M.; Koenis, M.; Kopecek, M.; Krabbendam, L.; Krämer, B.; Lawrie, S.; Lenroot, R.; Marcelis, M.; Marsman, J-B; Mattay, V.; McDonald, C.; Meyer-Lindenberg, A.; Michielse, S.; Mitchell, P.; Moreno, D.; Murray, R.; Mwangi, B.; Najt, P.; Neilson, E.; Newport, J.; Os, J.; Overs, B.; Özerdem, A.; Picchioni, M.; Richter, A.; Roberts, G.; Aydoğan, A. S.; Schofield, P.; Şimşek, F.; Soares, J.; Sugranyes, G.; Toulopoulou, Timothea; Tronchin, G.; Walter, H.; Wang, L.; Weinberger, D.; Whalley, H.; Yalın, N.; Andreassen, O.; Ching, C.; Erp, T.; Turner, J.; Jahanshad, N.; Thompson, P.; Kahn, R.; Haren, N. (Elsevier, 2019)
      Abstract Background Schizophrenia and bipolar disorder share genetic liability, and some structural brain abnormalities are common to both conditions. First-degree relatives of patients with schizophrenia (FDRs-SZ) show ...
    • The impact of psychosis genome-wide associated ZNF804A variation on verbal fluency connectivity 

      Tecelão, D.; Mendes, A.; Martins, D.; Bramon, E.; Toulopoulou, Timothea; Kravariti, E.; Murray, R.; Prata, D. (Elsevier, 2018)
      Schizophrenia (SCZ) and bipolar disorder (BD) have high heritability. Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) have identified ZNF804A as a significant risk gene for both illnesses. A validation of this finding at the brain ...
    • Intelligence, educational attainment, and brain structure in those at familial high‐risk for schizophrenia or bipolar disorder 

      de Zwarte, S. M. C.; Brouwer, R.; Agartz, I.; Alda, M.; Alonso-Lana, S.; Bearden, C.; Bertolino, A.; Bonvino, A.; Bramon, E.; Buimer, E.; Cahn, W.; Canales-Rodríguez, E.; Cannon, D. M.; Cannon, T. D.; Caseras, X.; Castro-Fornieles, J.; Chen, Q.; Chung, Y.; De la Serna, E.; del Mar Bonnin, C.; Demro, C.; Di Giorgio, A.; Doucet, G.; Eker, M.; Erk, S.; Fatjó-Vilas, M.; Fears, S.; Foley, S.; Frangou, S.; Fullerton, J.; Glahn, D.; Goghari, V.; Goikolea, J.; Goldman, A.; Gonul, A.; Gruber, O.; Hajek, T.; Hawkins, E.; Heinz, A.; Ongun, C.; Hillegers, M.; Houenou, J.; Pol, H.; Hultman, C.; Ingvar, M.; Johansson, V.; Jönsson, E.; Kane, F.; Kempton, M.; Koenis, M.; Kopecek, M.; Krämer, B.; Lawrie, S.; Lenroot, R.; Marcelis, M.; Mattay, V.; McDonald, C.; Meyer-Lindenberg, A.; Michielse, S.; Mitchell, P.; Moreno, D.; Murray, R.; Mwangi, B.; Nabulsi, L.; Newport, J.; Olman, C.; van Os, J.; Overs, B.; Ozerdem, A.; Pergola, G.; Picchioni, M.; Piguet, C.; Pomarol-Clotet, E.; Radua, J.; Ramsay, I.; Richter, A.; Roberts, G.; Salvador, R.; Saricicek-Aydogan, A.; Sarró, S.; Schofield, P.; Simsek, E.; Simsek, F.; Soares, J.; Sponheim, S.; Sugranyes, G.; Toulopoulou, Timothea; Tronchin, G.; Vieta, E.; Walter, H.; Weinberger, D.; Whalley, H.; Wu, M. -J.; Yalin, N.; Andreassen, O.; Ching, C.; Thomopoulos, S.; van Erp, T.; Jahanshad, N.; Thompson, P.; Kahn, R.; van Haren, N. (Wiley, 2020)
      First‐degree relatives of patients diagnosed with schizophrenia (SZ‐FDRs) show similar patterns of brain abnormalities and cognitive alterations to patients, albeit with smaller effect sizes. First‐degree relatives of ...
    • Schizophrenia polygenic risk score influence on white matter microstructure 

      Simões, B.; Vassos, E.; Shergill, S.; McDonald, C.; Toulopoulou, Timothea; Kalidindi, S.; Kane, F.; Murray, R.; Bramon, E.; Ferreira, H.; Prata, D. (Elsevier, 2020)
      Schizophrenia (SZ) and bipolar disorder (BD) are highly heritable, share symptomatology, and have a polygenic architecture. The impact of recent polygenic risk scores (PRS) for psychosis, which combine multiple genome-wide ...