Search for the influence of the tyrosine hydroxylase (TCAT) n repeat polymorphism on personality traits

@article{Persson2000SearchFT,
  title={Search for the influence of the tyrosine hydroxylase (TCAT)
 n
 repeat polymorphism on personality traits},
  author={M L Persson and Danuta Wasserman and Erik G. J{\"o}nsson and Hans Bergman and Lars Terenius and Agneta Gyllander and Jack Neiman and Thomas Geijer},
  journal={Psychiatry Research},
  year={2000},
  volume={95},
  pages={1-8}
}

Tyrosine Hydroxylase and DOPA Decarboxylase Gene Variants in Personality Traits

No strong evidence was found for the associations between personality and TH or DDC in overall tests, and an interaction effect of genotype and diagnosis was present, with TH and DDC SNPs having a greater effect on the respective personality dimensions in the group of suicide attempters.

No association between polymorphism in tyrosine hydroxylase and personality traits in healthy Japanese subjects

It is suggested that the (TCAT)n repeat polymorphism in the TH gene does not contribute to the personality traits evaluated on the TCI in healthy Japanese subjects.

Association between monoamine oxidase A (MAOA) and personality traits in Japanese individuals

No association of DRD2, DRD3, and tyrosine hydroxylase gene polymorphisms with personality traits in the Japanese population

The present study did not provide evidence for the association between these dopamine-related genes and personality traits in the Japanese population, and examined the associations between gene polymorphisms and the scores for NEO PI-R or Trait Anxiety of STAI.

Polymorphism in the Tyrosine Hydroxylase (TH) Gene Is Associated with Activity-Impulsivity in German Shepherd Dogs

The results have some potential to support human studies; however, further research should reveal the molecular function of the TH gene variants, and look for the effect in more breeds.

Genetic modulation of personality traits: a systematic review of the literature

No clear consensus on the role of any individual gene variant in personality modulation emerged, although SLC6A4 haplotypes and the DRD4 rs1800955 promoter variant seemed to be more reliably related to anxiety and impulsivity-related traits, respectively.

Genetic variants implicated in personality: A review of the more promising candidates

  • J. SavitzR. Ramesar
  • Biology, Psychology
    American journal of medical genetics. Part B, Neuropsychiatric genetics : the official publication of the International Society of Psychiatric Genetics
  • 2004
Both the theoretical and the empirical evidence implicating specific loci—in particular SERT and DRD4—in the development of personality is evaluated, and the existence of a genuine effect is argued for.

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