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Mar-2017Quetiapine treatment reverses depressive-like behavior and reduces DNA methyltransferase activity induced by maternal deprivationIgnácio, Zuleide M.; Réus, Gislaine Z.; Abelaira, Helena M.; Maciel, Amanda L.; Moura, Airam B. de; Matos, Danyela; Demo, Júlia P.; Silva, Júlia B. I. da; Gava, Fernanda F.; Valvassori, Samira S.; Carvalho, André F.; Quevedo, João
2017Gut microbiota, bacterial translocation, and interactions with diet : pathophysiological links between major depressive disorder and non-communicable medical comorbiditiesSlyepchenko, Anastasiya; Maes, Michael; Jacka, Felice N.; Köhler, Cristiano A.; Barichello, Tatiana; McIntyre, Roger S.; Berk, Michael; Grande, Iria; Foster, Jane A.; Vieta, Eduard; Carvalho, André F.
Mar-2017Systematic assessment of environmental risk factors for bipolar disorder : an umbrella review of systematic reviews and meta- analysesBortolato, Beatrice; Köhler, Cristiano A.; Evangelou, Evangelos; León-Caballero, Jordi; Solmi, Marco; Stubbs, Brendon; Belbasis, Lazaros; Pacchiarotti, Isabella; Kessing, Lars V.; Berk, Michael; Vieta, Eduard; Carvalho, André F.
Oct-2017Physical activity correlates among 24,230 people with depression across 46 low- and middle-income countriesVancampfort, Davy; Stubbs, Brendon Stubbs; Firth, Joseph; Hallgren, Mats; Schuc, Felipe; Lahti, Jouni; Rosenbaum, Simon; Ward, Philip B.; Mugisha, James; Carvalho, André F.; Koyanagi, Ai
Jun-2017IgM-mediated autoimmune responses to oxidative specific epitopes, but not nitrosylated adducts, are significantly decreased in pregnancy: association with bacterial translocation, perinatal and lifetime major depression and the tryptophan catabolite (TRYCAT) pathwayRoomruangwong, Chutima; Kanchanatawan, Buranee; Sirivichayakul, Sunee; Anderson, George; Carvalho, André F.; Duleu, Sebastien; Geffard, Michel; Maes, Michael