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Rare single gene mutation increases risk of schizophrenia 35-fold
A new study published in Nature Neuroscience shows that rare mutations in the SETD1A gene dramatically increase the risk of developing schizophrenia. This implicates a specific biological pathway in schizophrenia, which may also be of significance ...
Gene Mutation Linked to Persistent ADHD
MADRID — Persistent attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children and adolescents may be associated with a gene mutation that encodes a subunit on a brain receptor, findings from a longitudinal Italian study suggest.
Researchers identify new mutation responsible for spinocerebellar ataxia
Using the genetic information of two different families with three generations of disease, researchers have identified a new mutation responsible for a degenerative and ultimately fatal movement disorder.
"Good" Cholesterol Mutation Linked to Heart Disease
The approach unearthed mutations in a protein called SR-BI that binds to HDL cholesterol and triggers its movement from the blood into the liver. Those who carried the mutations tended to have high HDL cholesterol levels in the blood, as expected.
A Genetic Mutation Could Save You From A Heart Attack
Now scientists have discovered another mutation that does the opposite: people who have it run a 50 percent lower risk of having a heart attack.

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