Mendelian randomization integrating GWAS and eQTL data revealed genes pleiotropically associated with major depressive disorder
Translational Psychiatry, April 2021
Huarong Yang, Di Liu, Chuntao Zhao, Bowen Feng, Wenjin Lu, Xiaohan Yang, Minglu Xu, Weizhu Zhou, Huiquan Jing, Jingyun Yang
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|Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology||6||17%|
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