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Effects of dopamine D2 receptor gene polymorphisms on smoking cessation: Abstinence and withdrawal symptoms

Abstract:

An increasing number of studies have investigated the role of genetic factors in smoking cessation, and in response to smoking cessation pharmacotherapy. Robinson and colleagues report data on the effects of the dopamine D2 receptor gene Taq1B polymorphism on smoking cessation and withdrawal. While the results add to the growing literature on smoking cessation pharmacogenetics, they also illustrate that minor differences in phenotype definition may influence the results of pharmacogenetic ana...

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10.2217/14622416.8.5.513

Authors


Munafo, MR More by this author
Johnstone, EC More by this author
Journal:
Pharmacogenomics
Volume:
8
Issue:
5
Pages:
513-517
Publication date:
2007-05-05
DOI:
EISSN:
1744-8042
ISSN:
1462-2416
URN:
uuid:10f9a818-86e9-408e-93ee-67ccced99cad
Source identifiers:
287390
Local pid:
pubs:287390
Language:
English
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