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Bipolar Patients' Brain Cells Predict Response to Lithium - UCSD Medical Center

Medical DailyBipolar Patients' Brain Cells Predict Response to LithiumUCSD Medical CenterThe brain cells of patients with bipolar disorder, a manic-depressive illness characterized by severe swings in mood, energy and ability to carry out daily tasks, are more sensitive to stimuli than other people's brain cells, reports an international ...Bipolar Disorder Treatment: Brain Cells May Reveal Why Lithium Doesn't Work ...Medical DailyStudy finds bipolar neuron differencesThe San Diego Union-TribuneBrain Cells May Predict Bipolar Patients' Response to LithiumPsychiatry AdvisorU.S. News & World Report -BABW Newsall 14 news articles »...

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