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- STRESS and DEPRESSION a crucial role of the mineralocorticoid receptor.
de Kloet E R, et al. Journal of neuroendocrinology 2016 3 (From HuGE Literature Finder)
- The impact of communicating genetic risks of disease on risk-reducing health behaviour: systematic review with meta-analysis.
Hollands Gareth J et al. BMJ (Clinical research ed.) 2016 352i1102 (From Genomics & Health Impact Scan Database)
- Val66Met BDNF polymorphism as a vulnerability factor for inflammation-associated depressive symptoms in women with breast cancer.
Dooley Larissa N, et al. Journal of affective disorders 2016 3 43-50 (From HuGE Literature Finder)
- The cumulative effect of genetic polymorphisms on depression and brain structural integrity.
Kostic Milutin, et al. Human brain mapping 2016 3 (From HuGE Literature Finder)
- Interaction of CD38 Variant and Chronic Interpersonal Stress Prospectively Predicts Social Anxiety and Depression Symptoms Over Six Years.
Tabak Benjamin A, et al. Clinical psychological science : a journal of the Association for Psychological Science 2016 1 (1) 17-27 (From HuGE Literature Finder)
- Association between depression, parameters of adiposity and genetic polymorphisms of pro-inflammatory cytokines: IL-1?, IL-1?, IL-2 anIL-6 in subjects over 55 years old.
Adler Gra?yna, et al. Acta biochimica Polonica 2016 3 (From HuGE Literature Finder)
- Depression, Stressful Life Events, and the Impact of Variation in the Serotonin Transporter: Findings from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health (Add Health).
Haberstick Brett C, et al. PloS one 2016 0 (3) e0148373 (From HuGE Literature Finder)
- Distinct effects of folate pathway genes MTHFR and MTHFD1L on ruminative response style: a potential risk mechanism for depression.
Eszlari N, et al. Translational psychiatry 2016 0 e745 (From HuGE Literature Finder)
- The functional serotonin 1a receptor promoter polymorphism, rs6295, is associated with psychiatric illness and differences in transcription.
Donaldson Z R, et al. Translational psychiatry 2016 0 e746 (From HuGE Literature Finder)
- Molecular analyses of circadian gene variants reveal sex-dependent links between depression and clocks.
Shi S-Q, et al. Translational psychiatry 2016 0 e748 (From HuGE Literature Finder)