Flawed Analysis

German scientists have retracted a recent paper in which they claimed to have identified sets of genes that are associated with a brain phenotype that has been linked to schizophrenia.

The authors say the conclusions they drew from the study, which they published in June in PNAS, were based on flawed statistical analysis. Anna Azvolinsky writes in The Scientist.

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