Structural neuroimaging biomarkers for obsessive-compulsive disorder in the ENIGMA-OCD consortium: medication matters: Translational Psychiatry

W.B. Bruin, L. Taylor, R.M. Thomas, J.P. Shock, P. Zhutovsky, Y. Abe, P. Alonso, S.H. Ameis, A. Anticevic, P.D. Arnold, F. Assogna, F. Benedetti, J.C. Beucke, P.S.W. Boedhoe, I. Bollettini, A. Bose, S. Brem, B.P. Brennan, J.K. Buitelaar, R. CalvoY. Cheng, K.I.K. Cho, S. Dallaspezia, D. Denys, B.A. Ely, J.D. Feusner, K.D. Fitzgerald, J.-P. Fouche, E.A. Fridgeirsson, P. Gruner, D.A. Gürsel, T.U. Hauser, Y. Hirano, M.Q. Hoexter, H. Hu, C. Huyser, I. Ivanov, A. James, F. Jaspers-Fayer, N. Kathmann, C. Kaufmann, K. Koch, M. Kuno, G. Kvale, J.S. Kwon, Y. Liu, C. Lochner, L. Lázaro, P. Marques, R. Marsh, I. Martínez-Zalacaín, D. Mataix-Cols, J.M. Menchón, L. Minuzzi, P.S. Moreira, A. Morer, P. Morgado, A. Nakagawa, T. Nakamae, T. Nakao, J.C. Narayanaswamy, E.L. Nurmi, J. O’Neill, J.C. Pariente, C. Perriello, J. Piacentini, F. Piras, Y.C.J. Reddy, O.G. Rus-Oswald, Y. Sakai, J.R. Sato, L. Schmaal, E. Shimizu, H.B. Simpson, N. Soreni, C. Soriano-Mas, G. Spalletta, E.R. Stern, M.C. Stevens, S.E. Stewart, P.R. Szeszko, D.F. Tolin, G. Venkatasubramanian, Z. Wang, J.-Y. Yun, D. van Rooij, N. Banaj, N. Bargalló, M.C. Batistuzzo, D. Brandeis, G.F. Busatto, A. Calvo, V. Ciullo, R. Drechsler, M. Esteves, A. Falini, Y. Fang, M. Figee, M. Fontaine, M. Gueguen, S. Hamatani, G.L. Hanna, B. Hansen, K. Ikari, R. Magalhães, Y. Masuda, K. Matsumoto, E.C. Miguel, C. Pittenger, S. Poletti, N. Sousa, J. Takahashi, A.L. Thorsen, A. Tsuchiyagaito, D. Vecchio, D.J. Veltman, S. Walitza, A. Watanabe, X. Xu, J. Xu, K. Yamada, T. Yoshida, M. Zarei, Q. Zhao, C. Zhou, F.E. de Vries, S.J. de Wit, G.A. van Wingen, O.A. van den Heuvel, Y.D. van der Werf, P.M. Thompson, D.J. Stein, ENIGMA-OCD Working Group

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