This Week in PLoS

A team led by investigators at the Schizophrenia Research Institute in Sydney this week presents an analysis of schizophrenia-associated transcriptional diversity within the post-mortem superior temporal gyrus from nine subjects with schizophrenia and nine matched non-psychiatric controls. Writing in PLoS One, the team says its investigation "revealed variants with important implications for the complex pathophysiology of schizophrenia."

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