John Kerr posted in addiction • genetics • GWAS • nicotine addiction • smoking on March 28th, 2013.
Your DNA may play a significant role in determining whether or not you end up a smoker – and how easy you find it to kick the habit. Many large studies have identified particular gene variants that are more common in smokers than other people, suggesting the they play a role in nicotine dependence. Now […]
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