Genetic factors involved in risk for methamphetamine intake and sensitization

@article{Belknap2013GeneticFI,
  title={Genetic factors involved in risk for methamphetamine intake and sensitization},
  author={John K. Belknap and Shannon McWeeney and Cheryl J. Reed and Sue Burkhart-Kasch and Carrie S. McKinnon and Na Li and Harue Baba and Angela C. Scibelli and Robert Hitzemann and Tamara J Phillips},
  journal={Mammalian Genome},
  year={2013},
  volume={24},
  pages={446-458}
}
Lines of mice were created by selective breeding for the purpose of identifying genetic mechanisms that influence the magnitude of the selected trait and to explore genetic correlations for additional traits thought to be influenced by shared mechanisms. DNA samples from high and low methamphetamine-drinking (MADR) and high and low methamphetamine-sensitization lines were used for quantitative trait locus (QTL) mapping. Significant additive genetic correlations between the two traits indicated… CONTINUE READING
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