The Candidate Gene Approach

Kwon, Jennifer M.; Goate, Alison M.
September 2000
Alcohol Research & Health;2000, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p164
Academic Journal
Describes the methods used in candidate gene studies in alcoholism research. Strategies used in the candidate gene approach; Examples of candidate gene approach in humans; Information on candidate gene approach in mouse studies. INSET: GENES AND MUTATIONS.


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