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Behavioral Neuroscience – News and Features

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Iloperidone Phase III Clinical Data Demonstrate Efficacy and Favorable Safety and Tolerability Profile

Titan Pharmaceuticals’ Phase III efficacy and safety trials demonstrate that iloperidone is associated with greater improvements in the symptoms of schizophrenia versus placebo.
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Stem Cells Show Power to Predict Disease, Drug Toxicity

Scientists have used human embryonic stem cells to predict the toxic effects of drugs and provide chemical clues to diagnosing disease.
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New Whole Genome Homozygosity Association Method Uncovers Nine Genetic Risk Factors Associated with Schizophrenia

According to Golden Helix, method implemented in its HelixTree® Software considerably increases the ability to identify rare genetic variants.
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Newly Identified Exercise Gene could Help with Depression

Boosting an exercise-related gene in the brain works as a powerful anti-depressant in mice, according to a Yale School of Medicine report.
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Translational Genomics Accelerates Cancer Cure Research Using SGI Technology

SGI claims that its Altix 64-Bit system improves genomic software applications performance up to 50 percent over 32-Bit systems.
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Scientists Identify Gene that Influences Alcohol Consumption

A variant of a gene involved in communication among brain cells has a direct influence on alcohol consumption in mice, researchers say.
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Feinstein Researchers Develop new Genetic Method and Identify Novel Genes for Schizophrenia

Scientists have identified nine genetic markers that can increase a person’s risk for schizophrenia.
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Gender and Stress Alter Depression Rates among People with Common Genetic Variant

Duke researchers have found a common variation in genes puts women who are under chronic stress at risk for increased depressive symptoms, but has the exact opposite effect in men.
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Gene Links Breastfeeding to Higher IQ

King's researchers have discovered that breastfeeding can increase the IQ of children when combined with the right genes.
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Cold Spring Harbor Scientists Devise Method of Sifting Genome’s High-Value Regions

Scientists at CSHL claims to have developed a new means of extracting and interpreting data from the human genome that is more powerful and economical than methods currently employed.
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