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        Erratum to: “Delineating the Shared Genetics Across the Mood Disorders Spectrum,” by Warrier (Biol Psychiatry 2020; 88:134-135); https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biopsych.2020.04.017.
        The author has recognized a typographical error in the following statement: “In contrast, while BD II was strongly genetically correlated with BD I and schizoaffective disorder, the genetic correlation between BD I and schizoaffective disorder was modest.” Specifically, reference to BD I and BD II was inadvertently reversed. The corrected line reads: “In contrast, while BD I was strongly genetically correlated with BD II and schizoaffective disorder, the genetic correlation between BD II and schizoaffective disorder was modest.”

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        • Delineating the Shared Genetics Across the Mood Disorders Spectrum
          Biological PsychiatryVol. 88Issue 2
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            An important question in psychiatry is the extent of overlap between various psychiatric conditions. It has been more than a century since Emil Kraepelin first suggested a broad division between schizophrenia and bipolar disorder (BD) [see (1)], an idea that has largely endured until today. However, the distinction between major depressive disorder (MDD) and BD and their subtypes (together, known as mood disorders) is less clear, with differences between the ICD-11 and the DSM-5 in how these conditions are grouped.
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