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  December, 13 2002 2:27
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The genetic basis for caffeine-induced anxiety discovered

In one of the first studies to identify the genetic basis for behavior differences in the individual reaction to a drug, Harriet de Wit of the University of Chicago reported that individuals who have two linked genetic variations in an adenosine receptor gene are far more likely to end up biting their nails following a jolt of caffeine than those who don't.
NIH/National Institute on Drug Abuse, Innovative Medizinische Forschung of the University of Mûnster

Dr. Oakley Ray
American College of Neuropsychopharmacology

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