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Martin, C and Tansey, KE and Schalkwyk, LC and Powell, TR (2015) 'The inflammatory cytokines: Molecular biomarkers for major depressive disorder?' Biomarkers in Medicine, 9 (2). 169 - 180. ISSN 1752-0363

Powell, TR and McGuffin, P and D'Souza, UM and Cohen-Woods, S and Hosang, GM and Martin, C and Matthews, K and Day, RK and Farmer, AE and Tansey, KE and Schalkwyk, LC (2014) 'Putative transcriptomic biomarkers in the inflammatory cytokine pathway differentiate major depressive disorder patients from control subjects and bipolar disorder patients.' PLoS ONE, 9 (3). ISSN 1932-6203

Powell, TR and Powell-Smith, G and Haddley, K and Mcguffin, P and Quinn, J and Schalkwyk, LC and Farmer, AE and D'Souza, UM (2014) 'Mood-stabilizers differentially affect housekeeping gene expression in human cells.' International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research, 23 (2). 279 - 288. ISSN 1049-8931

Powell, TR and Smith, RG and Hackinger, S and Schalkwyk, LC and Uher, R and McGuffin, P and Mill, J and Tansey, KE (2013) 'DNA methylation in interleukin-11 predicts clinical response to antidepressants in GENDEP.' Translational Psychiatry, 3. ISSN 2158-3188

Powell, TR and Schalkwyk, LC and Heffernan, AL and Breen, G and Lawrence, T and Price, T and Farmer, AE and Aitchison, KJ and Craig, IW and Danese, A and Lewis, C and McGuffin, P and Uher, R and Tansey, KE and D'Souza, UM (2013) 'Tumor necrosis factor and its targets in the inflammatory cytokine pathway are identified as putative transcriptomic biomarkers for escitalopram response.' European Neuropsychopharmacology, 23 (9). 1105 - 1114. ISSN 0924-977X

Powell, TR and Tansey, KE and Breen, G and Farmer, AE and Craig, IW and Uher, R and McGuffin, P and D'Souza, UM and Schalkwyk, LC (2013) 'ATP-binding cassette sub-family F member 1 (ABCF1) is identified as a putative therapeutic target of escitalopram in the inflammatory cytokine pathway.' Journal of Psychopharmacology, 27 (7). 609 - 615. ISSN 0269-8811

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