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Jonas.Lambert: Gene networks, not single genes, likely play a significant role in whether a person develops alcohol use disorder, as does a person's level of response to alcohol, their initial tolerance. Also the roles of the amino acid glutamate and the inhibitory...

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King.Shoemaker saved this page on 05/02/2010 09:46am

Gene networks, not single genes, likely play a significant role in whether a person develops alcohol use disorder, as does a person's level of response to alcohol, their initial tolerance. Also the roles of the amino acid glutamate and the inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA and insights on craving and relapse.

Jonas.Lambert saved this page on 05/02/2010 10:13am

Gene networks, not single genes, likely play a significant role in whether a person develops alcohol use disorder, as does a person's level of response to alcohol, their initial tolerance. Also the roles of the amino acid glutamate and the inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA and insights on craving and relapse.

Tobias.Light saved this page on 05/02/2010 10:30am

Gene networks, not single genes, likely play a significant role in whether a person develops alcohol use disorder, as does a person's level of response to alcohol, their initial tolerance. Also the roles of the amino acid glutamate and the inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA and insights on craving and relapse.

CharlotteFarris saved this page on 05/02/2010 10:45am

Gene networks, not single genes, likely play a significant role in whether a person develops alcohol use disorder, as does a person's level of response to alcohol, their initial tolerance. Also the roles of the amino acid glutamate and the inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA and insights on craving and relapse.

Charles.Childers saved this page on 05/02/2010 11:08am

Gene networks, not single genes, likely play a significant role in whether a person develops alcohol use disorder, as does a person's level of response to alcohol, their initial tolerance. Also the roles of the amino acid glutamate and the inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA and insights on craving and relapse.

Crosby.Tomlinson saved this page on 05/02/2010 11:11am

Gene networks, not single genes, likely play a significant role in whether a person develops alcohol use disorder, as does a person's level of response to alcohol, their initial tolerance. Also the roles of the amino acid glutamate and the inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA and insights on craving and relapse.

Dorothy.Horton saved this page on 05/02/2010 11:59am

Gene networks, not single genes, likely play a significant role in whether a person develops alcohol use disorder, as does a person's level of response to alcohol, their initial tolerance. Also the roles of the amino acid glutamate and the inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA and insights on craving and relapse.

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