Journal article

Alternatively Spliced Genes as Biomarkers for Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder and Psychosis: A Blood-Based Spliceome-Profiling Exploratory Study.

SJ Glatt, SD Chandler, CA Bousman, G Chana, GR Lucero, E Tatro, T May, JB Lohr, WS Kremen, IP Everall, MT Tsuang

Curr Pharmacogenomics Person Med | Published : 2009


OBJECTIVE: Transcriptomic biomarkers of psychiatric diseases obtained from a query of peripheral tissues that are clinically accessible (e.g., blood cells instead of post-mortem brain tissue) have substantial practical appeal to discern the molecular subtypes of common complex diseases such as major psychosis. To this end, spliceome-profiling is a new methodological approach that has considerable conceptual relevance for discovery and clinical translation of novel biomarkers for psychiatric illnesses. Advances in microarray technology now allow for improved sensitivity in measuring the transcriptome while simultaneously querying the "exome" (all exons) and "spliceome" (all alternatively spli..

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Awarded by NIDA NIH HHS

Awarded by NIA NIH HHS

Awarded by NIMH NIH HHS

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