Low CSF oxytocin reflects high intent in suicide attempters

Jokinen J et al. – Oxytocin levels did not differ significantly in suicide victims compared to survivors. CSF oxytocin may be an important modulator of suicide intent and interpersonal violence in suicide attempters.

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