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A.O. Kibitov

Laboratoriia molekuliarnoĭ genetiki Natsional'nogo nauchnogo tsentra narkologii, Moskva

E.Iu. Voskoboeva

Moskovskiĭ oblastnoĭ NII akusherstva i ginekologii

V.M. Brodianskiĭ

Laboratoriia molekuliarnoĭ genetiki Natsional'nogo nauchnogo tsentra narkologii, Moskva

N.A. Chuprova

Laboratoriia molekuliarnoĭ genetiki Natsional'nogo nauchnogo tsentra narkologii, Moskva

E.V. Smirnova

FGBU "Ivanovskiĭ nauchno-issledovatel'skiĭ institut materinstva i detstva im. V.N. Gorodkova" Minzdrava Rossii, Ivanovo, Rossiia

Association study of the Val158Met polymorphism of the catechol-O-methyltransferase gene and alcoholism and heroin dependence: the role of a family history

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A.O. Kibitov, E.Iu. Voskoboeva, V.M. Brodianskiĭ, N.A. Chuprova, E.V. Smirnova

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To cite this article:

Kibitov AO, Voskoboeva EIu, Brodianskiĭ VM, Chuprova NA, Smirnova EV. Association study of the Val158Met polymorphism of the catechol-O-methyltransferase gene and alcoholism and heroin dependence: the role of a family history. S.S. Korsakov Journal of Neurology and Psychiatry. 2010;110(4):84‑88. (In Russ.)

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