Headlines Tagged with Genes — 1,684 headlines found
Genes predict the brain's reaction to smoking
Sep 11, 2012 Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital (McGill University) (ca)
added Sep 14, 2012 00:58
Association of nicotine dependence susceptibility gene, CHRNA5, with Parkinson's disease age at onset: Gene and smoking status interaction
Our preliminary results suggest that the ND risk variant, rs588765, has a protective effect in PD, and is associated with later AAO, but only when the individual was previously exposed to nicotine. This may be explained by modulating the neuroprotective
Aug 10, 2012 Parkinsonism & Related Disorders
added Aug 23, 2012 14:37
In addition to learning about health risks, young people may be motivated to seek genetic testing for reasons, such as gaining knowledge about new genetic technologies more broadly.
Jun 28, 2012 Tobacco Control
added Jun 29, 2012 11:18
Is the Fagerström test for nicotine dependence invariant across secular trends in smoking? A question for cross-birth cohort analysis of nicotine dependence
The Fagerström Test for Nicotine Dependence... These findings suggest that possible FTND non-invariance that occurs across study samples of various birth years has a negligible impact on study results.
Mar 31, 2018 Drug and Alcohol Dependence
added Apr 5, 2018 03:48
Use of Electronic Cigarettes Leads to Significant Beta2-Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor Occupancy: Evidence From a PET Imaging Study / Cerebellar Gray Matter Reductions Associate With Decreased Functional Connectivity in Nicotine-Dependent Individuals
Mar 9, 2018 Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Mar 9, 2018 19:27
Scientists at British American Tobacco used lab-based cellular tests to examine the impact of cigarette smoke and Vype e-cigarette vapour on human lung cells. The most serious kind of DNA damage is double-strand break, which effectively means that both
Dec 15, 2016 BAT Science.com
added Feb 16, 2018 22:01
SNPs (single-nucleotide polymorphisms) are variations in our DNA that determine our susceptibility to developing some diseases. Using the largest genome-wide SNP-smoking interaction analysis reported for lung cancer, a research team has identified three n
Oct 28, 2017 ScienceDaily
added Oct 30, 2017 14:44
smoke from cigarettes actually changes the epigenetic makeup of DNA, thereby paving the road to lung cancer. Unfortunately, smoking is responsible for death in about 50% of the people who don’t quit. Unfortunately, second hand smoke affects children and
Oct 20, 2017 World Health.net ( American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine)
added Oct 20, 2017 14:05
say they have preliminary evidence in laboratory-grown, human airway cells that a condensed form of cigarette smoke triggers so-called “epigenetic” changes in the cells consistent with the earliest steps toward lung cancer development.
Sep 11, 2017 Johns Hopkins Medicine
added Sep 26, 2017 23:58
The University of North Carolina (UNC) have created a method for recording the damage at high resolution across the genome. They can now map all harm caused by the major chemical carcinogen - benzo[α]pyrene (BaP).
Jun 14, 2017 The [London, UK] Express
added Jun 15, 2017 15:03