A study of brain tissue from people with either schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, autism, depression or alcoholism suggests there are some similar gene expression patterns among those conditions. "This work shows that using molecular features we might be able to get a good picture of these disorders, and develop targeted therapies," said Daniel Geschwind, an author of the study published in Science.
Some mental health conditions share genetic patterns, study suggests
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