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Marker loci in 113 members of nine unrelated multiplex families identified by a bipolar proband were tested for linkages with primary affective disorder. Linkage was excluded between the disease locus (assuming that it was a single autosomal dominant gene) and the HLA loci at a recombination fraction of 0.2, the ABO, Rh, and Lu loci at almost 0.05 and the Fy and P loci at 0.001.
An educational history, corroborated by records where available, was obtained on 54 of the 58 adult offspring of 17 bipolar manic-depressives. The offspring were also interviewed and psychiatric status was ascertained.
Primary and other affective disorder in the offspring was not associated with a lower IQ or lower ultimate educational attainment than that of the remaining offspring. There was a trend towards increased educational failure in the offspring with primary affective disorder, but they were as likely as other offspring who had failed to have resumed their education at a later date. Ill offspring with any form of school failure had a significantly earlier onset to their psychiatric illness, although school failure could not be shown to be a part of an early symptom complex.
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