apod

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apod

(ˈæpɒd) or

apode

n
an animal with no feet or whose feet are rudimentary
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Investigators at The Scripps Research Institute and Australia's Mental Health Research Institute of Victoria report an apparent role of Apolipoprotein D (ApoD) in the ameliorative effects conferred on schizophrenics by the neuroleptic drug, clozapine, and explore the possibility that systemic deficits in fatty acids metabolism may help explain elements of schizophrenia's pathology.