Cross-species alcohol dependence-associated gene networks: Co-analysis of mouse brain gene expression and human genome-wide association data


Background: The heritability of Alcohol Dependence (AD) has been estimated to be roughly 50% by twin studies and 30% by whole-genome SNP-based studies (Prescott & Kendler, 1999; Mbarek et al., 2015). However, genome-wide... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Kristin Mignogna (Virginia Commonwealth University)
  2. Silviu Bacanu (Virginia Commonwealth University)
  3. Brien Riley (Virginia Commonwealth University)
  4. Aaron Wolen (Virginia Commonwealth University)
  5. Michael Miles (Virginia Commonwealth University)

Topic Areas

Animal models , Gene Finding Strategies , Statistical Methods , Substance use: Alcohol, Nicotine, Drugs


PS-8 » Substance Use (18:00 - Thursday, 21st June)

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