Researchers develop first potential schizophrenia genetic animal model

Richard Lanyon rlanyon at plato.wadham.ox.ac.uk
Sun Sep 5 06:36:21 EST 1999


On Sun, 5 Sep 1999 02:59:54 -0400, Ken Collins wrote:

> nope... "schizophrenia" is as it's described in AoK, it happens when the
> brain's neural activation becomes relatively-random. it has no 'genetic'
> basis beyond that of the DNA's 'normal' 'blueprint' for the nervous system.

So how do you explain the fact that SZ is much more common in
left-handers than right-handers?

-- 
Richard
for the self-assured
I have no cure




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