Journal article

Aberrant expression of microRNAs as biomarker for schizophrenia: from acute state to partial remission, and from peripheral blood to cortical tissue

C-Y Lai, S-Y Lee, E Scarr, Y-H Yu, Y-T Lin, C-M Liu, T-J Hwang, MH Hsieh, C-C Liu, Y-L Chien, M Udawela, AS Gibbons, IP Everall, H-G Hwu, B Dean, WJ Chen

Translational Psychiatry | NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2016

Grants

Awarded by National Taiwan University


Awarded by National Taiwan University Hospital


Awarded by National Science Council of Taiwan


Awarded by National Health Research Institutes of Taiwan


Awarded by National Medical & Health Research Council


Awarded by Australian Research Council


Funding Acknowledgements

This study was supported by grants from the National Taiwan University (97R0337, 97HP0023 and 97HP0071), the National Taiwan University Hospital (NTUH-98-S-1085), the National Science Council of Taiwan (NSC98-2314-B-002-125-MY3; 101-2314-B-002-134-MY3; 102-2917-I-002-002; 103-2811-B-002-107) and the National Health Research Institutes of Taiwan (NHRI-EX102-10048PI). Brain tissues were received from the Victorian Brain Bank Network. This part of work was supported by the National Medical & Health Research Council (Senior Research Fellowship #APP1002240: BD), the Australian Research Council (Future Fellowship FT100100689: ES), and Operational Infrastructure Support (OIS) from the Victorian State Government. We thank Geoff Pavey for his curation of the postmortem human tissue.