Evidence for the role of EPHX2 gene variants in anorexia nervosa

A. A. Scott-Van Zeeland, C. S. Bloss, R. Tewhey, V. Bansal, A. Torkamani, O. Libiger, V. Duvvuri, N. Wineinger, L. Galvez, B. F. Darst, E. N. Smith, A. Carson, P. Pham, T. Phillips, N. Villarasa, R. Tisch, G. Zhang, S. Levy, S. Murray, W. ChenS. Srinivasan, G. Berenson, H. Brandt, S. Crawford, S. Crow, M. M. Fichter, K. A. Halmi, C. Johnson, A. S. Kaplan, M. La Via, J. E. Mitchell, M. Strober, A. Rotondo, J. Treasure, D. B. Woodside, C. M. Bulik, P. Keel, K. L. Klump, L. Lilenfeld, K. Plotnicov, E. J. Topol, P. B. Shih, P. Magistretti, A. W. Bergen, W. Berrettini, W. Kaye, N. J. Schork*

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