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| Effects of Common and Rare Chromosome 4 GABAergic Gene Variation on Alcohol Use and Antisocial Behavior.
Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs 2019 Nov 80 (6): 585-593.
Deak Joseph D, Gizer Ian R, Otto Jacqueline M, Bizon Chris, Wilhelmsen Kirk
| Adaptation of Subjective Responses to Alcohol is Affected by an Interaction of GABRA2 Genotype and Recent Drinking.
Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research 2015 Jul 39 (7): 1148-57.
Kosobud Ann E K, Wetherill Leah, Plawecki Martin H, Kareken David A, Liang Tiebing, Nurnberger John L, Windisch Kyle, Xuei Xiaoling, Edenberg Howard J, Foroud Tatiana M, O'Connor Sean
| Voluntary intravenous self-administration of alcohol detects an interaction between GABAergic manipulation and GABRG1 polymorphism genotype: a pilot study.
Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research 2013 Jan 37 Suppl 1 E152-60.
Plawecki Martin H, Wetherill Leah, Vitvitskiy Victor, Kosobud Ann, Zimmermann Ulrich S, Edenberg Howard J, O'Connor Se
| GABRG1 and GABRA2 variation associated with alcohol dependence in African Americans.
Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research 2012 Apr 36 (4): 588-93.
Ittiwut Chupong, Yang Bao-Zhu, Kranzler Henry R, Anton Raymond F, Hirunsatit Rungnapa, Weiss Roger D, Covault Jonathan, Farrer Lindsay A, Gelernter Jo
| Genome-wide association study identifies 5q21 and 9p24.1 (KDM4C) loci associated with alcohol withdrawal symptoms.
Journal of neural transmission (Vienna, Austria : 1996) 2012 Apr 119 (4): 425-33.
Wang Ke-Sheng, Liu Xuefeng, Zhang Qunyuan, Wu Long-Yang, Zeng M
| Associations among GABRG1, level of response to alcohol, and drinking behaviors.
Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research 2009 Aug 33 (8): 1382-90.
Ray Lara A, Hutchison Kent
| GABRG1 and GABRA2 as independent predictors for alcoholism in two populations.
Neuropsychopharmacology : official publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology 2009 Apr 34 (5): 1245-54.
Enoch Mary-Anne, Hodgkinson Colin A, Yuan Qiaoping, Albaugh Bernard, Virkkunen Matti, Goldman Dav