Neuropeptide S Receptor (NPSR) Gene - Converging Evidence for a Role in Panic Disorder

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Domschke , Katharina; Reif , Andreas; Weber , Heike; Richter , Jan; Hohoff , Christa; Ohrmann , Patricia; Pedersen , Anya; Bauer , Jochen; Suslow , Thomas; Kugel , Harald; Heindel , Walter L; Baumann , Christian; Klauke , Benedikt; Jacob , Christian; Maier , Wolfgang; Fritze , Jürgen; Bandelow , Borwin; Krakowitzky , Petra; Rothermundt , Matthias; Erhardt , Angelika; Binder , Elisabeth; Holsboer , Florian; Gerlach , Alexander L; Kircher , Tilo; Lang , Thomas; Alpers , Georg W; Ströhle , Andreas; Fehm , Lydia; Gloster , Andrew; Wittchen , Hans-Ulrich; ... view all 34 authors
(2010)
  • Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1038/mp.2010.81
  • Subject: genetic | neuropeptide S | imaging genetics | panic disorder | arousal
    mesheuropmc: mental disorders

International audience; Animal studies have suggested neuropeptide S (NPS) and its receptor (NPSR) to be involved in the pathogenesis of anxiety-related behavior. In the present study, a multilevel approach was applied to further elucidate the role of NPS in the etiolog... View more
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