Singleton deletions throughout the genome increase risk of bipolar disorder

D. Zhang, L. Cheng, Y. Qian, N. Alliey-Rodriguez, J. R. Kelsoe, T. Greenwood, C. Nievergelt, T. B. Barrett, R. McKinney, N. Schork, E. N. Smith, C. Bloss, J. Nurnberger, H. J. Edenberg, T. Foroud, W. Sheftner, W. B. Lawson, E. A. Nwulia, M. Hipolito, W. CoryellJ. Rice, W. Byerley, F. McMahon, T. G. Schulze, W. Berrettini, J. B. Potash, P. L. Belmonte, P. P. Zandi, M. G. McInnis, S. Zöllner, D. Craig, S. Szelinger, D. Koller, S. L. Christian, C. Liu, E. S. Gershon

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