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New Study Finds Locations in DNA Associated with Depression

on August 05, 2016

A new study led by Dr. Roy Perlis, Associate Director of the psychiatric genetics program in mood and anxiety disorders at Massachusetts General Hospital and a member of Genomind’s scientific advisory board, and recently published in Nature Genetics, found that there are 15 locations in our DNA that are associated with depression. This study showed a correlation between genes that may be involved in depression and in the development of neurons in the brain.

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