Phenotypes and Endophenotypes: Foundations for Genetic Studies of Nicotine Use and Dependence. NCI Tobacco Control Monograph 20, Executive Summary

Phenotypes and Endophenotypes: Foundations for Genetic Studies of Nicotine Use and Dependence. NCI Tobacco Control Monograph 20, Executive Summary

Provides an overview of the monograph and major conclusions. Analyzes the growing body of research findings in the field to develop a scientific plan for incorporating genetic research into cross disciplinary studies of nicotine dependence, and provides innovative new concepts and methodologies for behavioral genetics.
format: Monograph/Technical Report
written in English
for the audience Health Professional, Researcher
last printed: August 2009
publication number: T141
NIH number: 09-6366A
Tobacco Control Monograph 20 Exec Sum
16 pages
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    Provides an overview of the monograph and major conclusions. Analyzes the growing body of research findings in the field to develop a scientific plan for incorporating genetic research into cross disciplinary studies of nicotine dependence, and provides innovative new concepts and methodologies for behavioral genetics.
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    for the audience  Health Professional, Researcher
    publication number: T141
    NIH number: 09-6366A