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An epigenome-wide association study of posttraumatic stress disorder in US veterans implicates several new DNA methylation loci

Kessler, Ronald C; Ware, Erin Bakshis; Logue, Mark W; Miller, Mark W; Wolf, Erika J; Huber, Bertrand Russ; Morrison, Filomene G; Zhou, Zhenwei; Zheng, Yuanchao; Smith, Alicia K; Daskalakis, Nikolaos P; Ratanatharathorn, Andrew; Uddin, Monica; Nievergelt, Caroline M; Ashley-Koch, Allison E; Baker, Dewleen G; Beckham, Jean C; Garrett, Melanie E; Boks, Marco P; Geuze, Elbert; Grant, Gerald A; Hauser, Michael A; Kimbrel, Nathan A; Maihofer, Adam X; Marx, Christine E; Qin, Xue-Jun; Risbrough, Victoria B; Rutten, Bart P. F.; Stein, Murray B; Ursano, Robert J; Vermetten, Eric; Vinkers, Christiaan H; Stone, Annjanette; Schichman, Steven A; McGlinchey, Regina E; Milberg, William P; Hayes, Jasmeet P; Verfaellie, Mieke; Friedman, Matthew J; Alvarez, Victor E; Benedek, David; Brady, Christopher; Cruz, Dianne; Davis, David A; Duman, Ronald S; Girgenti, Matthew J; Hardegree, Melanie; Holtzheimer, Paul E; Keane, Terence M; Kowell, Neil; Krystal, John H; McKee, Ann; Marx, Brian; Mash, Deborah; Scott, William K; Stein, Thor; Williamson, Douglas E; Young, Keith A. (2020). An epigenome-wide association study of posttraumatic stress disorder in US veterans implicates several new DNA methylation loci. Clinical Epigenetics. 12(1), 46.