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Mol Pharmacol. January 1, 2011; 79 (1): 119-25.

Acetylcholine receptor (AChR) α5 subunit variant associated with risk for nicotine dependence and lung cancer reduces (α4β2)₂α5 AChR function.

Kuryatov A , Berrettini W , Lindstrom J .


PubMed ID: 20881005
PMC ID: PMC3014277
Article link: Mol Pharmacol.
Grant support: DA025201 NIDA NIH HHS , NS11323 NINDS NIH HHS , R01 NS011323 NINDS NIH HHS , R01 DA025201 NIDA NIH HHS , R01 DA030929 NIDA NIH HHS

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Amos, 2008, Pubmed[+]

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