Monozygotic twins affected with major depressive disorder have greater variance in methylation than their unaffected co-twin

E. M. Byrne, T. Carrillo-Roa, A. K. Henders, L. Bowdler, A. F. McRae, A. C. Heath, N. G. Martin, G. W. Montgomery, L. Krause, N. R. Wray

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