Study reveals genes associated with heavy drinking and alcoholism


18 genetic variants have been identified which appear to be associated with alcohol use disorder and heavy drinking. Of these genes, five were overlapped, eight were associated with heavy consumption and five were linked to an increased risk of AUD. The study concluded that while heavy drinking is a risk factor for alcoholism, it is not a sufficient cause of the disorder.
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Author: neurosciencenews – robotics
Date/time: 3rd April 2019, 06:03

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