Washington: A new study has revealed that nearly one in five whites could carry a genetic variant that substantially increases their odds of being susceptible to severe cocaine abuse.This genetic variant, characterized by one or both of two tiny gene mutations, alters the brain’s response to specific chemical signals.
The research appears online and is scheduled for later print publication in the journal Neuropsychopharmacology. ANI
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