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Epigenetic modifications of the glucocorticoid receptor gene are associated with the vulnerability to psychopathology in childhood maltreatment

Epigenetic modifications of the glucocorticoid receptor gene are associated with the vulnerability to psychopathology in childhood maltreatment

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RADTKE, Karl, Maggie SCHAUER, Helen M. GUNTER, Martina RUF-LEUSCHNER, Johanna SILL, Axel MEYER, Thomas ELBERT, 2015. Epigenetic modifications of the glucocorticoid receptor gene are associated with the vulnerability to psychopathology in childhood maltreatment. In: Translational Psychiatry. 5, e571. eISSN 2158-3188. Available under: doi: 10.1038/tp.2015.63

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