Understanding Why Identical Twins Are Not Carbon Copies in Mental Illness

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Jonathan Mill, Ph.D.
Jonathan Mill, Ph.D.

Jonathan Mill, Ph.D., 2009 NARSAD Young Investigator Grantee and colleagues have demonstrated that potentially reversible epigenetic changes play a key role in mental illness. 'Our findings suggest that it is not only genetic variations that are important … our research could open up new avenues for the development of novel therapeutic drugs,' says Mill.

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