Dopamine en overmatig alcoholgebruik: genen in interactie met hun omgeving [Dopamine and excessive alcohol consumption: how genes interact with their environment]

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Schellekens, A.F.A.; Scholte, R.H.J.; Engels, R.C.M.E.; Verkes, R.J.; (2013)

background Hereditary factors account for approximately 50% of the risk of developing alcohol dependence. Genes that affect the dopamine function in the brain have been extensively studied as candidate genes. aim To present the results of recent Dutch studies on the int... View more
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