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Received in revised form: June 7, 1988
Received: April 25, 1988We wish to thank T. Reich, J. Rice, and C. R. Cloninger for advice and for supplying some of the individuals used in this study; J. M. Hickok and L. K. Hutsell for tissue culture assistance; C. Drain and R. Mayer for interviewing; and J. A. Sharif for secretarial assistance.
☆Supported in part by Grants NS21318 and MH31302.
© 1989 Published by Elsevier Inc.