DNA Could Play a Role in Schizophrenia

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By Molly Clifton

Japanese researchers say junk DNA may play a role in Schizophrenia.

Scientists gave the material its name because it doesn’t contain genetic information like other stretches of DNA.

A new study found Schizophrenia patients have more junk DNA in their brain than people without the disorder.

Scientists hope the finding will lead to new treatments.



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