Caption: From left: iPSC-derived dentate gyrus (DG)-like neurons (green) from control subject; bipolar lithium responder; and bipolar lithium nonresponder. While the percentage of DG-like neurons is the same for control and bipolar, the gene activation profiles are different and the nonresponder has low levels of Lef1. Credit: Salk Institute


New clues why gold standard treatment for bipolar disorder doesn't work for majority of patients


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