Dissecting the phenotype in genome-wide association studies of psychiatric illness

  • Craddock N
  • Kendler K
  • Neale M
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Over the past 2 years genome-wide association studies have made major contributions to understanding the genetic architecture of many common human diseases. This editorial outlines the development of such studies in psychiatry and highlights the opportunities for advancing understanding of the biological underpinnings and nosological structure of psychiatric disorders.

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  • Michael NealeVirginia Commonwealth University

  • Nick Craddock

  • Kenneth Kendler

  • John Nurnberger

  • Shaun Purcell

  • Marcella Rietschel

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