Role of ANK3 in Bipolar Disorder

Role of ANK3 in Bipolar Disorder

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Ankyrin-3 (ANK3) is one of the few genes that have been consistently identified as associated with bipolar disorder by multiple genome-wide association studies (PMID: 30297702). In this short video, Dr. Samuel Sharmat will discuss the clinical implication of ANK3 in bipolar disorder management: 

This video is from Dr. Sharmat’s presentation from the Bipolar Disorder Update 2020 Conference:

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