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The role of nicotinic receptor genes (CHRN) in the pathways of prenatal tobacco exposure on smoking behavior among young adult light smokers.

Selya AS, Cannon DS, Weiss RB, Wakschlag LS, Rose JS, Dierker L, Hedeker D, Mermelstein RJ. The role of nicotinic receptor genes (CHRN) in the pathways of prenatal tobacco exposure on smoking behavior among young adult light smokers. Addict Behav. 2018 09; 84:231-237.

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