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E Scarr, JM Craig, MJ Cairns, MS Seo, JC Galati, NJ Beveridge, A Gibbons, S Juzva, B Weinrich, M Parkinson-Bates, AP Carroll, R Saffery, B Dean
TRANSLATIONAL PSYCHIATRY | NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2013
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The authors are grateful for the excellent technical assistance of Mr Geoff Pavey. Tissues were received from the Victorian Brain Bank Network, which is supported by the Mental Health Research Institute, The Alfred, Victorian Forensic Institute of Medicine and The University of Melbourne and funded by Australia's National Health and Medical Research Council, Helen Macpherson Smith Trust, Parkinson's Victoria and Perpetual Philanthropic Services. Sources of support: BD is an NHMRC Senior Research Fellow (APP1002240). ES is an ARC Future Fellow (FT100100689). MSS is a recipient of a University of Melbourne International Research Scholarship. This research was principally funded by the NHMRC (Project Grant no. 509333 and 628669) but was also funded in part by the Victorian Government's Operational Infrastructure Support Programme, the Rebecca L Cooper Medical Research Foundation and the Wood's Family Research Program.