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Schizophrenia Bulletin, ISSN 0586-7614, 04/2018, Volume 44, Issue suppl_1, pp. S299 - S299
Abstract Background Disrupted-in-schizophrenia 1 (DISC1) is one of the most substantiated genetic risk factors for schizophrenia (SZ). A large array of animal... 
Abstracts
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Molecular Neurobiology, ISSN 0893-7648, 2018, Volume 56, Issue 6, pp. 4492 - 4517
We utilized a cell-level approach to examine glycolytic pathways in the DLPFC of subjects with schizophrenia (n=16) and control (n=16) and found decreased mRNA... 
Glycolysis | Schizophrenia | Bioinformatics | iLINCS | Pioglitazone | Bioenergetic | PREPULSE INHIBITION | TRANSCRIPTOME ALTERATIONS | RECEPTOR | FOLD-CHANGE | NEUROSCIENCES | COGNITIVE FUNCTION | G1001C POLYMORPHISM | GLUCOSE-METABOLISM | DOUBLE-BLIND | PPAR-GAMMA | GRIN1 GENE PROMOTER | Pyramidal Cells - metabolism | Schizophrenia - metabolism | Humans | Receptors, N-Methyl-D-Aspartate - metabolism | Stereotyped Behavior - drug effects | Laser Capture Microdissection | Motor Activity - drug effects | Male | Gene Regulatory Networks - drug effects | RNA, Messenger - metabolism | Gene Knockdown Techniques | Schizophrenia - genetics | Schizophrenia - physiopathology | Reflex, Startle - drug effects | Pyramidal Cells - drug effects | Reproducibility of Results | Schizophrenia - therapy | RNA, Messenger - genetics | Pioglitazone - pharmacology | Up-Regulation - genetics | Down-Regulation - drug effects | Drug Discovery | Down-Regulation - genetics | Nerve Tissue Proteins - metabolism | Up-Regulation - drug effects | Animals | Prepulse Inhibition - drug effects | Mice | Energy Metabolism - drug effects | Cluster Analysis | Web portals | Enzymes | Neurosciences | RNA | Genetic transcription | DNA binding proteins | Transcription factors | Mental disorders | Astrocytes | Therapeutic applications | Medical treatment | Data processing | Gene expression | Drug development | Kinases | Bioenergetics | Pyramidal cells | Neural networks | Long term memory | Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptors | Index Medicus
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npj Schizophrenia, ISSN 2334-265X, 12/2017, Volume 3, Issue 1, pp. 30 - 10
Schizophrenia is a serious neuropsychiatric disorder characterized by disruptions of brain cell metabolism, microstructure, and neurotransmission. All of these... 
Studies | Proteins | Schizophrenia | Signal transduction | Kinases
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by Khazaei, Mohamad and Baig, Sara and Merchant, Jainetri and Chan, Priscilla and Fehlings, Michael and Fehlings, Michael and Fehlings, Michael and Giudice, J. Sebastian and Forman, Jason and Panzer, Matthew B and Dalton, Jay and Mauria, Rohit and Chapple, Kristina and Cook, Alan and Turner, Jay and McCrea, Michael A and Nelson, Lindsay D and Tummala, Shanti and Meaney, David and Hawryluk, Gregory and Nielson, Jessica and Huie, J. Russell and Zimmermann, Lara and Saigal, Rajiv and Ding, Quan and Ferguson, Adam and Manley, Geoffrey and Lee, Stephanie and Gajavelli, Shyam and Gajavelli, Shyam and Gajavelli, Shyam and Spurlock, Markus and Spurlock, Markus and Rivera, Karla and Rivera, Karla and Rivera, Karla and Androni, Cody and de Rivero Vaccari, Juan Pablo and de Rivero Vaccari, Juan Pablo and Keane, Robert and Bulock, Ross and Dietrich, Dalton and Meeker, Kole and Bullock, Kristin and Banks, William and Cook, David and Main, Bevan and Villapol, Sonia and Barton, David and Sloley, Stephanie and Stefos, Kathryn and Burns, Mark and Swanson, Randel and Johnson, Victoria and Parker, Andrew and Elliott, Mark and Weber, Maura and Acharya, Nimish and Cognetti, John and Cullen, Kacy and Verma, Ragini and Smith, Douglas and Pat, Betty and Pat, Betty and McAllister, Sean and Floyd, Candace and Floyd, Candace and Harris, Neil G and Reynolds, Joshua and Turtle, Joel and Leal, Gizelle and Huang, Yung-Jen and Strain, Misty and Grau, James and Greco, Tiffany and Giza, Christopher and Prins, Mayumi and Folkerts, Michael and Russo, Robin and Koch, Paul and Koch, Paul and Adam, Christopher and Weber, Maura and Johnson, Victoria and Johnson, Victoria and Wolf, John and Wolf, John and Cai, Yan and Perigo, Shauna and Bhaduri, Srija and Rosenbaum, Philip and Harris, Neil G and Giza, Christopher C and Kumar, Raj and Kumar, Raj and Ranganathan, Prerna and Ranganathan, Prerna and Ranganathan, Prerna and Oh, Byung-Mo and Wagner, Amy and ...
Journal of Neurotrauma, ISSN 0897-7151, 07/2017, Volume 34, Issue 13, pp. A-1 - A-163
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by Ahmadi, Emad and Namati, Jacqueline and Blair, Parry and Padole, Atul and Chico-Calero, Isabel and Lev, Michael and Lee, Jarone and Hamblin, Michael and Vakoc, Benjamin and Yung, Lok and Romero, Angelica and Santiago, Tiffany and Guber, Kenneth and Kastuar, Shivani and Nguyen, Nhuquynh and Wu, Yu-Kuang and Carmel, Jason and Spungen, Ann and Bauman, William and Ziebell, Jenna and Harrison, Jordan and Law, Matthew and Adelson, David and Lifshitz, Jonathan and Kulich, Danielle and Austin, Scarlett and Kranz, Victoria and Houle, John and Mountney, Andrea and Mendelev, Natalia and Mendelev, Natalia and Ge, Yongchao and Shear, Deborah and Haghighi, Fatemeh and Ichkova, Aleksandra and Bessy, Thomas and Bertrand, Sandrine and Badaut, Jerome and Kurpad, Shekar and Schmit, Brian and Muftuler, L. Tugan and Budde, Matthew and Mullah, Saad and Mullah, Saad and Lashof-Sullivan, Margaret and Mehalick, Melissa and Mehalick, Melissa and Shaughness, Michael and Mccarron, Richard and Ahlers, Stephen and Ahlers, Stephen and Ahlers, Stephen and Benner, Brooke and Muccigrosso, Megan and McKim, Daniel and Fenn, Ashley and Lifshitz, Jonathan and Eiferman, Daniel and Godbout, Jonathan and Holmes, Gregory and Aceves, Miriam and Okoreeh, Andre and Okoreeh, Andre and Terminel, Mabel N and Aceves, Alejandro R and Hook, Michelle A and VanRooyen, Jenna and Patel, Samir and Patel, Samir and Mashburn, Charles and Eldahan, Khalid and Cox, David and Sullivan, Patrick and Rabchevsky, Alexander and Rabchevsky, Alexander and Dixit, Shilpi and Boon, Wah Chin and O'Brien, Terence and O'Brien, Terence and Furones, Concepcion and Gurney, Mark and Dietrich, W. Dalton and Dietrich, W. Dalton and Atkins, Coleen and Adewole, Dayo and Browne, Kevin and Browne, Kevin and Petrov, Dmitriy and Struzyna, Laura and Struzyna, Laura and Cullen, D. Kacy and Cullen, D. Kacy and Cullen, D. Kacy and Cullen, D. Kacy and Cullen, D. Kacy and Oh, Byung-Mo and Wang, Zhensheng and Conley, Yvette and Failla, Michelle and Kumar, Raj and ...
Journal of Neurotrauma, ISSN 0897-7151, 07/2016, Volume 33, Issue 13, pp. A-1 - A-139
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NPJ schizophrenia, ISSN 2334-265X, 2017, Volume 3, p. 30
Schizophrenia is a serious neuropsychiatric disorder characterized by disruptions of brain cell metabolism, microstructure, and neurotransmission. All of these... 
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by Tazoe, Toshiki and Huie, J. Russell and Guandique, Cristian F and Ma, Xiaokui and Sacramento, Jeffrey A and Tanaka, Sakae and Bresnahan, Jacqueline C and Beattie, Michael S and Ogata, Toru and Ferguson, Adam R and Ruan, Yiwen and Chen, Chen and Frye, Christian Corbin and Sengelaub, Dale and Xiong, Wenhui and Xiong, Wenhui and Jin, Xiaoming and Xu, Xiao-Ming and Xu, Xiao-Ming and Daphalapurkar, Nitin and Knutsen, Andrew and Pham, Dzung L and Ramesh, K.T and Tallarida, Christopher and Razmpour, Roshanak and Razmpour, Roshanak and Lutton, Evan and Persidsky, Yuri and Rawls, Scott and Ramirez, Servio and Ford, Joni and Burnsides, Chris and Fenn, Ashley and Popovich, Phillip and Lifshitz, Jonathan and Lifshitz, Jonathan and Walker, Rohan and Eiferman, Daniel and Godbout, Jonathan and Tyburski, Ashley and Clark, Shannon and Elliott, Melanie and Wang, Jian and Liu, Yang and Badner, Anna and Dragas, Rachel and Siddiqui, Ahad and Forner, Stefania and Vawda, Reaz and Fehlings, Michael and Hovda, David and Prins, Mayumi and May, Hazel and Rowe, Rachel and Rowe, Rachel and Rumney, Benjamin and Johnson, Steven and Adelson, P. David and Lifshitz, Jonathan and Thomas, Theresa and Nielson, Jessica and Guandique, Cristian and Liu, Aiwen and Tovar, C. Amy and Young, Wise and Beattie, Michael and Bresnahan, Jacqueline and Bresnahan, Jacqueline and Ferguson, Adam and DePasquale, Erica and Dorsett, Christopher and Floyd, Candace L and McCullumsmith, Robert and Tyagi, Reeta and Dale, Jacob and Benton, Richard L and Tyagi, Suresh C and Hoying, James B and Lominadze, David and Browne, Kevin D and Wolf, John A and Smith, Douglas H and Duda, John E and Cullen, D. Kacy and Juengst, Shannon and Failla, Michelle and Failla, Michelle and Galang, Gary and Conley, Yvette and Arenth, Patricia and Arenth, Patricia and Wagner, Amy and Wagner, Amy and Cheng, Jeffrey P and Bondi, Corina O and Kline, Anthony E and Chapman, Sandra and Krawczyk, Daniel and Ellis, Monica and Marion, Sarah and ...
Journal of Neurotrauma, ISSN 0897-7151, 06/2015, Volume 32, Issue 12, pp. A-1 - A-152
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MOLECULAR OMICS, ISSN 2515-4184, 06/2019, Volume 15, Issue 3, pp. 173 - 188
Protein kinases orchestrate signal transduction pathways involved in central nervous system functions ranging from neurodevelopment to synaptic transmission... 
ENERGY | INTEGRATION | ROLES | BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | PSYCHIATRIC-DISORDERS | AMPK | RISK | EXPRESSION | PROTEIN-KINASES | BRAIN | MODULATION
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Proceedings of the thirty-second SIGCSE technical symposium on computer science education, ISSN 0097-8418, 02/2001, pp. 429 - 430
The use of off-the-shelf on-line materials presents several challenges. In this session panelists report on their experiences in evaluating, installing and... 
Conference Proceeding
Food Quality and Preference, ISSN 0950-3293, 2011, Volume 22, Issue 6, pp. 559 - 566
► We explore asymmetric dominance effects as a novel source of bias in product testing. ► Effects occurred in perceptually complex foods and beverages but not... 
Bitter | Asymmetric dominance effect | Food choice | Cognitive bias | SWEETNESS | FOOD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY | CONTEXT | CHOICE | RESPONSES | PREFERENCES | CATEGORY | CONTRAST | RATINGS | VIOLATIONS | JUDGMENTS
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