Association of Schizophrenia Risk with Disordered Niacin Metabolism in an Indian Genome-wide Association Study

Sathish Periyasamy, Sujit John, Raman Padmavati, Preeti Rajendren, Priyadarshini Thirunavukkarasu, Jacob Gratten, Anna Vinkhuyzen, Allan McRae, Elizabeth G. Holliday, Dale R. Nyholt, Derek Nancarrow, Andrew Bakshi, Gibran Hemani, Deborah Nertney, Heather Smith, Cheryl Filippich, Kalpana Patel, Javed Fowdar, Duncan McLean, Srinivasan TirupatiArunkumar Nagasundaram, Prasad Rao Gundugurti, Krishnamurthy Selvaraj, Jayaprakash Jegadeesan, Lynn B. Jorde, Naomi R. Wray, Matthew A. Brown, Rachel Suetani, Jean Giacomotto, Rangaswamy Thara, Bryan J. Mowry*

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