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S Hodgkinson, R Sherrington, H Gurling, R Marchbanks, S Reeders, J Mallet, M McInnis, H Petursson, J Brynjolfsson. Nature 1987
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Bipolar affective disorders linked to DNA markers on chromosome 11.
J A Egeland, D S Gerhard, D L Pauls, J N Sussex, K K Kidd, C R Allen, A M Hostetter, D E Housman. Nature 1987
626
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Re-evaluation of the linkage relationship between chromosome 11p loci and the gene for bipolar affective disorder in the Old Order Amish.
J R Kelsoe, E I Ginns, J A Egeland, D S Gerhard, A M Goldstein, S J Bale, D L Pauls, R T Long, K K Kidd, G Conte. Nature 1989
348
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Close linkage of c-Harvey-ras-1 and the insulin gene to affective disorder is ruled out in three North American pedigrees.
S D Detera-Wadleigh, W H Berrettini, L R Goldin, D Boorman, S Anderson, E S Gershon. Nature 1987
188
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Genetic linkage between X-chromosome markers and bipolar affective illness.
M Baron, N Risch, R Hamburger, B Mandel, S Kushner, M Newman, D Drumer, R H Belmaker. Nature 1987
353
57

Polymorphic DNA marker on X chromosome and manic depression.
J Mendlewicz, P Simon, S Sevy, F Charon, H Brocas, S Legros, G Vassart. Lancet 1987
189
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X-chromosome markers and manic-depressive illness. Rejection of linkage to Xq28 in nine bipolar pedigrees.
W H Berrettini, L R Goldin, J Gelernter, P V Gejman, E S Gershon, S Detera-Wadleigh. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1990
94
42

Diminished support for linkage between manic depressive illness and X-chromosome markers in three Israeli pedigrees.
M Baron, N F Freimer, N Risch, B Lerer, J R Alexander, R E Straub, S Asokan, K Das, A Peterson, J Amos. Nat Genet 1993
149
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Tyrosine hydroxylase polymorphisms associated with manic-depressive illness.
M Leboyer, A Malafosse, S Boularand, D Campion, F Gheysen, D Samolyk, B Henriksson, E Denise, A des Lauriers, J P Lepine. Lancet 1990
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Close linkage of bipolar disorder to chromosome 11 markers is excluded in two large Australian pedigrees.
P Mitchell, B Waters, N Morrison, J Shine, J Donald, J Eisman. J Affect Disord 1991
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Localization of a susceptibility locus for schizophrenia on chromosome 5.
R Sherrington, J Brynjolfsson, H Petursson, M Potter, K Dudleston, B Barraclough, J Wasmuth, M Dobbs, H Gurling. Nature 1988
437
24

Chromosome 18 DNA markers and manic-depressive illness: evidence for a susceptibility gene.
W H Berrettini, T N Ferraro, L R Goldin, D E Weeks, S Detera-Wadleigh, J I Nurnberger, E S Gershon. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1994
338
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Absence of linkage between chromosome 11p15 markers and manic-depressive illness in a Belgian pedigree.
J Mendlewicz, M Leboyer, A De Bruyn, A Malafosse, S Sevy, D Hirsch, C Van Broeckhoven, J Mallet. Am J Psychiatry 1991
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The familial transmission of bipolar illness.
J Rice, T Reich, N C Andreasen, J Endicott, M Van Eerdewegh, R Fishman, R M Hirschfeld, G L Klerman. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1987
284
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No evidence for a susceptibility locus predisposing to manic depression in the region of the dopamine (D2) receptor gene.
D Holmes, J Brynjolfsson, P Brett, D Curtis, H Petursson, R Sherrington, H Gurling. Br J Psychiatry 1991
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A family study of schizoaffective, bipolar I, bipolar II, unipolar, and normal control probands.
E S Gershon, J Hamovit, J J Guroff, E Dibble, J F Leckman, W Sceery, S D Targum, J I Nurnberger, L R Goldin, W E Bunney. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1982
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A possible vulnerability locus for bipolar affective disorder on chromosome 21q22.3.
R E Straub, T Lehner, Y Luo, J E Loth, W Shao, L Sharpe, J R Alexander, K Das, R Simon, R R Fieve. Nat Genet 1994
256
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Evidence for linkage of bipolar disorder to chromosome 18 with a parent-of-origin effect.
O C Stine, J Xu, R Koskela, F J McMahon, M Gschwend, C Friddle, C D Clark, M G McInnis, S G Simpson, T S Breschel,[...]. Am J Hum Genet 1995
342
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Linkage between X-chromosome markers and manic-depressive illness. Two Sardinian pedigrees.
M Del Zompo, A Bocchetta, L R Goldin, G U Corsini. Acta Psychiatr Scand 1984
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Evidence against linkage of schizophrenia to markers on chromosome 5 in a northern Swedish pedigree.
J L Kennedy, L A Giuffra, H W Moises, L L Cavalli-Sforza, A J Pakstis, J R Kidd, C M Castiglione, B Sjogren, L Wetterberg, K K Kidd. Nature 1988
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Tyrosine hydroxylase polymorphisms and manic-depressive illness.
M Nöthen, J Körner, M Lanczik, J Fritze, P Propping. Lancet 1990
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Linkage of bipolar affective disorders to markers on chromosome 11p is excluded in a second lateral extension of Amish pedigree 110.
D L Pauls, D S Gerhard, L G Lacy, A M Hostetter, C R Allen, S D Bland, M C LaBuda, J A Egeland. Genomics 1991
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Linkage between tyrosine hydroxylase gene and affective disorder cannot be excluded in two of six pedigrees.
L C Lim, H Gurling, D Curtis, J Brynjolfsson, H Petursson, M Gill. Am J Med Genet 1993
49
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Tyrosine hydroxylase polymorphisms and bipolar affective disorder.
M Gill, D Castle, N Hunt, A Clements, P Sham, R M Murray. J Psychiatr Res 1991
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Manic depressive illness is linked to factor IX in a French pedigree.
G Lucotte, A Landoulsi, S Berriche, F David, M C Babron. Ann Genet 1992
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Tyrosine hydroxylase gene not linked to manic-depression in seven of eight pedigrees.
W Byerley, R Plaetke, M Hoff, S Jensen, J Holik, F Reimherr, C Mellon, P Wender, P O'Connell, M Leppert. Hum Hered 1992
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Strategies for multilocus linkage analysis in humans.
G M Lathrop, J M Lalouel, C Julier, J Ott. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1984
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Manic depressive illness not linked to factor IX region in an independent series of pedigrees.
P V Gejman, S Detera-Wadleigh, M M Martinez, W H Berrettini, L R Goldin, J Gelernter, W T Hsieh, E S Gershon. Genomics 1990
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Color blindness not closely linked to bipolar illness. Report of a new pedigree series.
E S Gershon, S D Targum, S Matthysse, W E Bunney. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1979
94
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A genome-wide search for genes predisposing to manic-depression, assuming autosomal dominant inheritance.
H Coon, S Jensen, M Hoff, J Holik, R Plaetke, F Reimherr, P Wender, M Leppert, W Byerley. Am J Hum Genet 1993
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A locus for bipolar affective disorder on chromosome 4p.
D H Blackwood, L He, S W Morris, A McLean, C Whitton, M Thomson, M T Walker, K Woodburn, C M Sharp, A F Wright,[...]. Nat Genet 1996
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Linkage findings in bipolar disorder.
H Gurling, C Smyth, G Kalsi, E Moloney, L Rifkin, J O'Neill, P Murphy, D Curtis, H Petursson, J Brynjolfsson. Nat Genet 1995
62
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Status of the search for a major genetic locus for affective disorder in the Old Order Amish.
A J Pakstis, J R Kidd, C M Castiglione, K K Kidd. Hum Genet 1991
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Research diagnostic criteria: rationale and reliability.
R L Spitzer, J Endicott, E Robins. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1978
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Association within a family of a balanced autosomal translocation with major mental illness.
D St Clair, D Blackwood, W Muir, A Carothers, M Walker, G Spowart, C Gosden, H J Evans. Lancet 1990
559
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A genome-wide search for chromosomal loci linked to bipolar affective disorder in the Old Order Amish.
E I Ginns, J Ott, J A Egeland, C R Allen, C S Fann, D L Pauls, J Weissenbachoff, J P Carulli, K M Falls, T P Keith,[...]. Nat Genet 1996
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Genetic mapping using haplotype, association and linkage methods suggests a locus for severe bipolar disorder (BPI) at 18q22-q23.
N B Freimer, V I Reus, M A Escamilla, L A McInnes, M Spesny, P Leon, S K Service, L B Smith, S Silva, E Rojas,[...]. Nat Genet 1996
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Color blindness linkage to bipolar manic-depressive illness. New evidence.
J Mendlewicz, P Linkowski, J J Guroff, H M Van Praag. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1979
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A Danish twin study of manic-depressive disorders.
A Bertelsen, B Harvald, M Hauge. Br J Psychiatry 1977
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Family history studies: V. The genetics of mania.
T Reich, P J Clayton, G Winokur. Am J Psychiatry 1969
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Association and haplotype analysis at the tyrosine hydroxylase locus in a combined German-British sample of manic depressive patients and controls.
J Körner, M Rietschel, N Hunt, D Castle, M Gill, M M Nöthen, N Craddock, J Daniels, M Owen, R Fimmers. Psychiatr Genet 1994
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