The MCP-4/MCP-1 ratio in plasma is a candidate circadian biomarker for chronic post-traumatic stress disorder

C. Dalgard, O. Eidelman, C. Jozwik, C. H. Olsen, M. Srivastava, R. Biswas, Y. Eudy, S. W. Rothwell, G. P. Mueller, P. Yuan, W. C. Drevets, H. K. Manji, M. Vythlingam, D. S. Charney, A. Neumeister, R. J. Ursano, D. M. Jacobowitz, H. B. Pollard*, O. Bonne

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