Corrigendum to "Genetic factors underlying the bidirectional relationship between autoimmune and mental disorders - Findings from a Danish population-based study" [Brain Behav. Immun. 91 (2021) 10-23].

Published on May 26, 2021in Brain Behavior and Immunity6.633
· DOI :10.1016/J.BBI.2021.05.019
Xueping Liu1
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(Centre for Mental Health),
Xueping Liu6
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(Centre for Mental Health)
+ 12 AuthorsMichael E. Benros32
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(Centre for Mental Health)
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