An inherited duplication at the gene p21 Protein-Activated Kinase 7 (PAK7) is a risk factor for psychosis

International Schizophrenia Consortium, SGENE+ Consortium, Derek W Morris, Richard D Pearson, Paul Cormican, Elaine M Kenny, Colm T O'Dushlaine, Louis-Philippe Lemieux Perreault, Eleni Giannoulatou, Daniela Tropea, Brion S Maher, Brandon Wormley, Eric Kelleher, Ciara Fahey, Ines Molinos, Stefania Bellini, Matti Pirinen, Amy Strange, Colin Freeman, Dawn L Thiselton, Rachel L ElvesRegina Regan, Sean Ennis, Timothy G Dinan, Colm McDonald, Kieran C Murphy, Eadbhard O'Callaghan, John L Waddington, Dermot Walsh, Michael O'Donovan, Detelina Grozeva, Nick Craddock, Jennifer Stone, Ed Scolnick, Shaun Purcell, Pamela Sklar, Bradley Coe, Evan E Eichler, Roel Ophoff, Jacobine Buizer, Jin Szatkiewicz, Christina Hultman, Patrick Sullivan, Hugh Gurling, Andrew Mcquillin, David St Clair, Elliott Rees, George Kirov, James Walters, Douglas Blackwood, Mandy Johnstone, Gary Donohoe

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