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Fig. S1. Comparison of cumulative frequency distributions for alcohol intake estimates from past-week recall and usual quantity × frequency estimate. Data are from study participants for whom both estimates were available. The x-axis shows the reported alcohol intake and the y-axis shows the cumulative frequencies. Open symbols are for intake assessed from reported number of drinks in past week, filled symbols for intake assessed from reported usual quantity × frequency; red symbols and lines for women and blue for men.

Fig. S2. Relationships between alcohol intake and body mass index in men and women.

Fig. S3. Observed and predicted relationships between log (drinks in past week + 1) and biomarker results (adjusted for sex, age, BMI, and smoking).

Fig. S4. Effects of usual alcohol intake (quantity-frequency measure) on biochemical markers.

Fig. S5. Effects of sex on relationships between reported alcohol intake and biochemical markers.

Fig. S6. Effects of lifetime alcohol dependence on relationships between reported alcohol intake and biochemical markers.

Fig. S7. Effects of current smoking status on relationships between reported alcohol intake and biochemical markers.

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