Common variants in the TPH1 and TPH2 regions are not associated with persistent ADHD in a combined sample of 1,636 adult cases and 1,923 controls from four European populations

Stefan Johansson, Anne Halmøy, Thegna Mavroconstanti, Kaya K. Jacobsen, Elisabeth T. Landaas, Andreas Reif, Christian Jacob, Andrea Boreatti-Hümmer, Susanne Kreiker, Klaus Peter Lesch, Cornelis C. Kan, J. J.Sandra Kooij, Lambertus A. Kiemeney, Jan K. Buitelaar, Barbara Franke, Marta Ribasés, Rosa Bosch, Mònica Bayés, Miguel Casas, Josep Antoni Ramos-QuirogaBru Cormand, Per Knappskog, Jan Haavik

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