The translationally relevant mouse model of the 15q13.3 microdeletion syndrome reveals deficits in neuronal spike firing matching clinical neurophysiological biomarkers seen in schizophrenia

J Thelin, P Halje, J Nielsen, M Didriksen, P Petersson, J F Bastlund

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