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# Wirth: All efforts to identify a gene responsible for

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Wirth: All efforts to identify a gene responsible for predisposing people to manic-depression have failed. In fact, nearly all researchers now agree
that there is no â€œmanic-depression gene.â€
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26 Jul 2004, 06:54
Took lille time but got it D and A as well
26 Jul 2004, 06:54
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