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Bipolar Disorders Bipolar Disorders
Basic Mechanisms and Therapeutic Implications
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18 - Biological factors in bipolar disorder in late life

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Jair C. Soares
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University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston
Allan H. Young
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King's College London
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Basic Mechanisms and Therapeutic Implications
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