This national collaborative study is supported by NIH Grant U10AA08403 from NIAAA. This research also was supported by Grant 05526 from NIAAA, by Grant 5T32 MH18399 from NIMH, and by the Veterans Affairs Research Service.
A Genome-Wide Search for Genes That Relate to a Low Level of Response to Alcohol
Article first published online: 11 APR 2006
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research
Volume 25, Issue 3, pages 323–329, March 2001
How to Cite
Schuckit, M. A., Edenberg, H. J., Kalmijn, J., Flury, L., Smith, T. L., Reich, T., Bierut, L., Goate, A. and Foroud, T. (2001), A Genome-Wide Search for Genes That Relate to a Low Level of Response to Alcohol. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 25: 323–329. doi: 10.1111/j.1530-0277.2001.tb02217.x
The Collaborative Study on the Genetics of Alcoholism (COGA) (H. Begleiter, SUNY HSCB Principal Investigator, T. Reich, Washington University, Co-Principal Investigator) includes nine different centers where data collection, analysis, and/or storage takes place. The nine sites and principal investigators and co-investigators are Indiana University (T.-K. Li, J. Nurnberger Jr., P.M. Conneally, H. Edenberg); University of Iowa (R. Crowe, S. Kuperman); University of California at San Diego (M. Schuckit); University of Connecticut (V. Hesselbrock); State University of New York, Health Sciences Center at Brooklyn (B. Porjesz, H. Begleiter); Washington University in St. Louis (T. Reich, C.R. Cloninger, J. Rice, A. Goate); Howard University (R. Taylor); Rutgers University (J. Tischfield); and Southwest Foundation (L. Almasy).
- Issue published online: 11 APR 2006
- Article first published online: 11 APR 2006
- Received for publication March 13, 2000; accepted May 18, 2000.
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