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Apazoglou K, Farley S, Gorgievski V, Belzeaux R, Lopez JPablo, Grenier J, Ibrahim EChérif, Khoury M-AEl, Tse YC, Mongredien R et al..  2018.  Antidepressive effects of targeting ELK-1 signal transduction.. Nat Med. 24(5):591-597.
Lutz P-E, Almeida D, Belzeaux R, Yalcin I, Turecki G.  2018.  Epigenetic regulation of the kappa opioid receptor gene by an insertion-deletion in the promoter region.. Eur Neuropsychopharmacol. 28(2):334-340.
Belzeaux R, Lalanne L, Kieffer BL, Lutz P-E.  2018.  Focusing on the Opioid System for Addiction Biomarker Discovery.. Trends Mol Med. 24(2):206-220.
Belzeaux R, Lin R, Turecki G.  2017.  Potential Use of MicroRNA for Monitoring Therapeutic Response to Antidepressants.. CNS Drugs. 31(4):253-262.
Belzeaux R, Fiori LM, Lopez JPablo, Boucekine M, Boyer L, Blier P, Farzan F, Frey BN, Giacobbe P, Lam RW et al..  2019.  Predicting Worsening Suicidal Ideation With Clinical Features and Peripheral Expression of Messenger RNA and MicroRNA During Antidepressant Treatment.. J Clin Psychiatry. 80(3)
Belzeaux R, Lin C-W, Ding Y, Bergon A, Ibrahim EChérif, Turecki G, Tseng G, Sibille E.  2016.  Predisposition to treatment response in major depressive episode: A peripheral blood gene coexpression network analysis.. J Psychiatr Res. 81:119-26.
Zhou Y, Lutz P-E, Ibrahim EChérif, Courtet P, Tzavara E, Turecki G, Belzeaux R.  2018.  Suicide and suicide behaviors: A review of transcriptomics and multiomics studies in psychiatric disorders.. J Neurosci Res.
Belzeaux R, Lin R, Ju C, Chay M-A, Fiori LM, Lutz P-E, Turecki G.  2017.  Transcriptomic and epigenomic biomarkers of antidepressant response.. J Affect Disord.
Fiori LM, Lin R, Ju C, Belzeaux R, Turecki G.  2018.  Using Epigenetic Tools to Investigate Antidepressant Response.. Prog Mol Biol Transl Sci. 158:255-272.

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