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Volume 62, Number 3, 1 August 2003

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Editorial Board
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Supplementation with a combination of -3 fatty acids and antioxidants (vitamins E and C) improves the outcome of schizophrenia
pp. 195-204(10)
Authors: Arvindakshan, M.; Ghate, M.; Ranjekar, P.K.; Evans, D.R.; Mahadik, S.P.

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Reduced plasma antioxidants in first-episode patients with schizophrenia
pp. 205-212(8)
Authors: Reddy, R.; Keshavan, M.; Yao, J.K.

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Dopamine-induced oxidative stress in neurons with glutathione deficit: implication for schizophrenia
pp. 213-224(12)
Authors: Grima, G.; Benz, B.; Parpura, V.; Cuenod, M.; Do, K.Q.

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Association of APOE gene with schizophrenia in Chinese: a possible risk factor in times of malnutrition
pp. 225-230(6)
Authors: Liu, W.; Breen, G.; Zhang, J.; Li, S.; Gu, N.; Feng, G.; Bai, S.; Shen, T.; Yu, A.; Xue, H.; St Clair, D.; He, L.

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Serum S100B is increased during early treatment with antipsychotics and in deficit schizophrenia
pp. 231-236(6)
Authors: Schroeter, M.L.; Abdul-Khaliq, H.; Fruhauf, S.; Hohne, R.; Schick, G.; Diefenbacher, A.; Blasig, I.E.

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Blood superoxide dismutase level in schizophrenic patients with tardive dyskinesia: association with dyskinetic movements
pp. 245-250(6)
Authors: Zhang, X.Y.; Zhou, D.F.; Cao, L.Y.; Chen, D.C.; Zhu, F.Y.; Wu, G.Y.

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The niacin skin flush abnormality in schizophrenia: a quantitative dose-response study
pp. 251-258(8)
Authors: Messamore, E.; Hoffman, W.F.; Janowsky, A.

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Dimensions of working memory dysfunction in schizophrenia
pp. 259-268(10)
Authors: Pukrop, R.; Matuschek, E.; Ruhrmann, S.; Brockhaus-Dumke, A.; Tendolkar, I.; Bertsch, A.; Klosterkotter, J.

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Fine motor dexterity is correlated to social functioning in schizophrenia
pp. 269-273(5)
Authors: Lehoux, C.; Everett, J.; Laplante, L.; Emond, C.; Trepanier, J.; Brassard, A.; Rene, L.; Cayer, M.; Merette, C.; Maziade, M.; Roy M.-A.

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Inhibition in schizophrenia: association with auditory hallucinations
pp. 275-280(6)
Authors: Waters, F.A.V.; Badcock, J.C.; Maybery, M.T.; Michie, P.T.

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Brain-derived neurotrophic factor gene and schizophrenia: polymorphism screening and association analysis
pp. 281-283(3)
Authors: Kunugi, H.; Hirasawa, H.; Kato, N.; Nabika, T.; Kobayashi, S.; Nanko, S.

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Minor physical anomalies and anthropometric measures in schizophrenia: a pilot study from Mexico
pp. 285-287(3)
Authors: Elizarraras-Rivas, J.; Fragoso-Herrera, R.; Cerdan-Sanchez, L.F.; Ramos-Zepeda, R.; Barajas-Barajas, L.O.; Troyo-Sanroman, R.; McLean, D.; McGrath, J.J.

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Association study of a SNP coding for a M129V substitution in the prion protein in schizophrenia
pp. 289-291(3)
Authors: Rujescu, D.; Giegling, I.; Gietl, A.; Gonnermann, C.; Kirner, A.; Moller, H.; Dahmen, N.

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Author index
pp. 297-299(3)

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Keyword index
pp. 301-306(6)

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