Rare loss-of-function variants in SETD1A are associated with schizophrenia and developmental disorders.

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Authors: Singh T, Kurki MI, Curtis D, Purcell SM, Crooks L, McRae J, Suvisaari J, Chheda H, Blackwood D, Breen G, Pietiläinen O, Gerety SS, Ayub M, Blyth M, Cole T, Collier D, Coomber EL, Craddock N, Daly MJ, Danesh J, DiForti M, Foster A, Freimer NB, Geschwind D, Johnstone M, Joss S, Kirov G, Körkkö J, Kuismin O, Holmans P, Hultman CM, Iyegbe C, Lönnqvist J, Männikkö M, McCarroll SA, McGuffin P, McIntosh AM, McQuillin A, Moilanen JS, Moore C, Murray RM, Newbury-Ecob R, Ouwehand W, Paunio T, Prigmore E, Rees E, Roberts D, Sambrook J, Sklar P, Clair DS, Veijola J, Walters JT, Williams H, Swedish Schizophrenia Study, INTERVAL Study, DDD Study, UK10 K Consortium, Sullivan PF, Hurles ME, O'Donovan MC, PalotieA, Owen MJ, Barrett JC
PubMed id: 26974950
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