Increased Protein Insolubility in Brains From a Subset of Patients With Schizophrenia

American Journal of Psychiatry

Fecha de publicación: 6 May 2019


Autores: Leslie G. Nucifora , Ph.D., Matthew L. MacDonald , Ph.D., Brian J. Lee , B.S., Matthew E. Peters , M.D., Alexis L. Norris , Ph.D., Benjamin C. Orsburn , Ph.D., Kun Yang , Ph.D., Kelly Gleason , M.S., Russell L. Margolis, et al.

Background: The mechanisms leading to schizophrenia are likely to be diverse. However, there may be common pathophysiological pathways for subtypes of the disease. The authors tested the hypothesis that increased protein insolubility and ubiquitination underlie the pathophysiology for a subtype of schizophrenia.

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