Clinical validity: Combinatorial pharmacogenomics predicts antidepressant responses and healthcare utilizations better than single gene phenotypes

C. A. Altar, J. M. Carhart, J. D. Allen, D. K. Hall-Flavin, B. M. Dechairo, J. G. Winner

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