Genetic Differences in the Immediate Transcriptome Response to Stress Predict Risk-Related Brain Function and Psychiatric Disorders

J. Arloth, R. Bogdan, P. Weber, G. Frishman, A. Menke, K.V. Wagner, G. Balsevich, M.V. Schmidt, N. Karbalai, D. Czamara, A. Altmann, D. Trümbach, W. Wurst, D. Mehta, M. Uhr, T. Klengel, A. Erhardt, C.E. Carey, E. Drabant Conley, D.I. BoomsmaB.W.J.H. Penninx, E.J.C. de Geus, J.J. Hottenga, C.M. Middeldorp, G. Willemsen, J.H. Smit, A. Ruepp, B. Müller-Myhsok, A. Hariri, E.B. Binder

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