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Reference Relationship of low vitamin D status with positive, negative and cognitive symptom domains in people with first-episode schizophrenia.

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  Reference Exposure Stressor Number of Receptors Receptors Receptor Notes Medium Exposure Marker Marker Level Measurement Statistic Assay Notes Country Outcome Relationship Disease Phenotype
1. Graham KA, et al. (2015). Vitamin D 3 Subjects with disease:Schizophrenia blacks only serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D 14.55 nanograms per milliliter mean significantly different from whites only United States
2. Graham KA, et al. (2015). Vitamin D 8 Subjects with disease:Schizophrenia females only serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D 37 nanograms per milliliter mean significantly different from males only United States
3. Graham KA, et al. (2015). Vitamin D 12 Subjects with disease:Schizophrenia males only serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D 23.8 nanograms per milliliter mean significantly different from females only United States
4. Graham KA, et al. (2015). Vitamin D 17 Subjects with disease:Schizophrenia whites only serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D 32.07 nanograms per milliliter mean significantly different from blacks only United States
5. Graham KA, et al. (2015). Vitamin D 20 Controls for disease:Schizophrenia serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D 29.9 nanograms per milliliter mean United States
6. Graham KA, et al. (2015). Vitamin D 20 Subjects with disease:Schizophrenia serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D 28.2 nanograms per milliliter mean United States
7. Graham KA, et al. (2015). Vitamin D 20 Subjects with disease:Schizophrenia serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D United States positive correlation Cognition Disorders
8. Graham KA, et al. (2015). Vitamin D 20 Subjects with disease:Schizophrenia serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D United States positive correlation decreased cognition
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