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    • Cortical abnormalities in bipolar disorder: an mri analysis of 6503 individuals from the enigma bipolar disorder working group 

      Hibar, D P; Westlye, L T; Doan, N T; Jahanshad, N; Cheung, J W; Ching, C R K; Versace, A; Bilderbeck, A C; Uhlmann, A; Mwangi, B; Krämer, B; Overs, B; Hartberg, C B; Abé, C; Dima, D; Grotegerd, D; Sprooten, E; Bøen, E; Jimenez, E; Howells, F M; Delvecchio, G; Temmingh, H; Starke, J; Almeida, J R C; Goikolea, J M; Houenou, J; Beard, L M; Rauer, L; Abramovic, L; Bonnin, M; Ponteduro, M F; Keil, M; Rive, M M; Yao, N; Yalin, N; Najt, P; Rosa, P G; Redlich, R; Trost, S; Hagenaars, S; Fears, S C; Alonso-Lana, S; van Erp, T G M; Nickson, T; Chaim-Avancini, T M; Meier, T B; Elvsåshagen, T; Haukvik, U K; Lee, W H; Schene, A H; Lloyd, A J; Young, A H; Nugent, A; Dale, A M; Pfennig, A; McIntosh, A M; Lafer, B; Baune, B T; Ekman, C J; Zarate, C A; Bearden, C E; Henry, C; Simhandl, C; McDonald, C; Bourne, C; Stein, D J; Wolf, D H; Cannon, D M; Glahn, D C; Veltman, D J; Pomarol-Clotet, E; Vieta, E; Canales-Rodriguez, E J; Nery, F G; Duran, F L S; Busatto, G F; Roberts, G; Pearlson, G D; Goodwin, G M; Kugel, H; Whalley, H C; Ruhe, H G; Soares, J C; Fullerton, J M; Rybakowski, J K; Savitz, J; Chaim, K T; Fatjó-Vilas, M; Soeiro-de-Souza, M G; Boks, M P; Zanetti, M V; Otaduy, M C G; Schaufelberger, M S; Alda, M; Ingvar, M; Phillips, M L; Kempton, M J; Bauer, M; Landén, M; Lawrence, N S; van Haren, N E M; Horn, N R; Freimer, N B; Gruber, O; Schofield, P R; Mitchell, P B; Kahn, R S; Lenroot, R; Machado-Vieira, R; Ophoff, R A; Sarró, S; Frangou, S; Satterthwaite, T D; Hajek, T; Dannlowski, U; Malt, U F; Arolt, V; Gattaz, W F; Drevets, W C; Caseras, X; Agartz, I; Thompson, P M; Andreassen, O A (Springer Nature, 2017-05-02)
      Despite decades of research, the pathophysiology of bipolar disorder (BD) is still not well understood. Structural brain differences have been associated with BD, but results from neuroimaging studies have been inconsistent. ...
    • Subcortical brain volume abnormalities in 2028 individuals with schizophrenia and 2540 healthy controls via the enigma consortium 

      van Erp, T G M; Hibar, D P; Rasmussen, J M; Glahn, D C; Pearlson, G D; Andreassen, O A; Agartz, I; Westlye, L T; Haukvik, U K; Dale, A M; Melle, I; Hartberg, C B; Gruber, O; Kraemer, B; Zilles, D; Donohoe, G; Kelly, S; McDonald, C; Morris, D W; Cannon, D M; Corvin, A; Machielsen, M W J; Koenders, L; de Haan, L; Veltman, D J; Satterthwaite, T D; Wolf, D H; Gur, R C; Gur, R E; Potkin, S G; Mathalon, D H; Mueller, B A; Preda, A; Macciardi, F; Ehrlich, S; Walton, E; Hass, J; Calhoun, V D; Bockholt, H J; Sponheim, S R; Shoemaker, J M; van Haren, N E M; Pol, H E H; Ophoff, R A; Kahn, R S; Roiz-Santiañez, R; Crespo-Facorro, B; Wang, L; Alpert, K I; Jönsson, E G; Dimitrova, R; Bois, C; Whalley, H C; McIntosh, A M; Lawrie, S M; Hashimoto, R; Thompson, P M; Turner, J A (Springer Nature, 2015-06-02)
      The profile of brain structural abnormalities in schizophrenia is still not fully understood, despite decades of research using brain scans. To validate a prospective meta-analysis approach to analyzing multicenter ...
    • Subcortical volumetric abnormalities in bipolar disorder 

      Hibar, D P; Westlye, L T; van Erp, T G M; Rasmussen, J; Leonardo, C D; Faskowitz, J; Haukvik, U K; Hartberg, C B; Doan, N T; Agartz, I; Dale, A M; Gruber, O; Krämer, B; Trost, S; Liberg, B; Abé, C; Ekman, C J; Ingvar, M; Landén, M; Fears, S C; Freimer, N B; Bearden, C E; Sprooten, E; Glahn, D C; Pearlson, G D; Emsell, L; Kenney, J; Scanlon, C; McDonald, C; Cannon, D M; Almeida, J; Versace, A; Caseras, X; Lawrence, N S; Phillips, M L; Dima, D; Delvecchio, G; Frangou, S; Satterthwaite, T D; Wolf, D; Houenou, J; Henry, C; Malt, U F; Bøen, E; Elvsåshagen, T; Young, A H; Lloyd, A J; Goodwin, G M; Mackay, C E; Bourne, C; Bilderbeck, A; Abramovic, L; Boks, M P; van Haren, N E M; Ophoff, R A; Kahn, R S; Bauer, M; Pfennig, A; Alda, M; Hajek, T; Mwangi, B; Soares, J C; Nickson, T; Dimitrova, R; Sussmann, J E; Hagenaars, S; Whalley, H C; McIntosh, A M; Thompson, P M; Andreassen, O A (Springer Nature, 2016-02-09)
      Considerable uncertainty exists about the defining brain changes associated with bipolar disorder (BD). Understanding and quantifying the sources of uncertainty can help generate novel clinical hypotheses about etiology ...
    • Widespread white matter microstructural differences in schizophrenia across 4322 individuals: results from the enigma schizophrenia dti working group 

      Kelly, S; Jahanshad, N; Zalesky, A; Kochunov, P; Agartz, I; Alloza, C; Andreassen, O A; Arango, C; Banaj, N; Bouix, S; Bousman, C A; Brouwer, R M; Bruggemann, J; Bustillo, J; Cahn, W; Calhoun, V; Cannon, D; Carr, V; Catts, S; Chen, J; Chen, J-x; Chen, X; Chiapponi, C; Cho, Kl K; Ciullo, V; Corvin, A S; Crespo-Facorro, B; Cropley, V; De Rossi, P; Diaz-Caneja, C M; Dickie, E W; Ehrlich, S; Fan, F-m; Faskowitz, J; Fatouros-Bergman, H; Flyckt, L; Ford, J M; Fouche, J-P; Fukunaga, M; Gill, M; Glahn, D C; Gollub, R; Goudzwaard, E D; Guo, H; Gur, R E; Gur, R C; Gurholt, T P; Hashimoto, R; Hatton, S N; Henskens, F A; Hibar, D P; Hickie, I B; Hong, L E; Horacek, J; Howells, F M; Hulshoff Pol, H E; Hyde, C L; Isaev, D; Jablensky, A; Jansen, P R; Janssen, J; Jönsson, E G; Jung, L A; Kahn, R S; Kikinis, Z; Liu, K; Klauser, P; Knöchel, C; Kubicki, M; Lagopoulos, J; Langen, C; Lawrie, S; Lenroot, R K; Lim, K O; Lopez-Jaramillo, C; Lyall, A; Magnotta, V; Mandl, R C W; Mathalon, D H; McCarley, R W; McCarthy-Jones, S; McDonald, C; McEwen, S; McIntosh, A; Melicher, T; Mesholam-Gately, R I; Michie, P T; Mowry, B; Mueller, B A; Newell, D T; O'Donnell, P; Oertel-Knöchel, V; Oestreich, L; Paciga, S A; Pantelis, C; Pasternak, O; Pearlson, G; Pellicano, G R; Pereira, A; Pineda Zapata, J; Piras, F; Potkin, S G; Preda, A; Rasser, P E; Roalf, D R; Roiz, R; Roos, A; Rotenberg, D; Satterthwaite, T D; Savadjiev, P; Schall, U; Scott, R J; Seal, M L; Seidman, L J; Shannon Weickert, C; Whelan, C D; Shenton, M E; Kwon, J S; Spalletta, G; Spaniel, F; Sprooten, E; Stäblein, M; Stein, D J; Sundram, S; Tan, Y; Tan, S; Tang, S; Temmingh, H S; Westlye, L T; Tønnesen, S; Tordesillas-Gutierrez, D; Doan, N T; Vaidya, J; van Haren, N E M; Vargas, C D; Vecchio, D; Velakoulis, D; Voineskos, A; Voyvodic, J Q; Wang, Z; Wan, P; Wei, D; Weickert, T W; Whalley, H; White, T; Whitford, T J; Wojcik, J D; Xiang, H; Xie, Z; Yamamori, H; Yang, F; Yao, N; Zhang, G; Zhao, J; van Erp, T G M; Turner, J; Thompson, P M; Donohoe, G (Springer Nature, 2017-10-17)
      The regional distribution of white matter (WM) abnormalities in schizophrenia remains poorly understood, and reported disease effects on the brain vary widely between studies. In an effort to identify commonalities across ...