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H. C. Loh, Tang, P. Y., Tee, S. F., Chow, T. J., Cheah, Y. C., and Singh, S. S. J., BDNF and DARPP-32 genes are not risk factors for schizophrenia in the Malay population, vol. 11, pp. 725-730, 2012.
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S. F. Tee, Chow, T. J., Tang, P. Y., and Loh, H. C., Linkage of schizophrenia with TPH2 and 5-HTR2A gene polymorphisms in the Malay population, vol. 9, pp. 1274-1278, 2010.
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