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A commonly carried genetic variant in the delta opioid receptor gene, OPRD1, is associated with smaller regional brain volumes: replication in elderly and young populations

Human Brain Mapping

Feb 22, 2013

Florence F RoussotteADNI

Abstract

Delta opioid receptors are implicated in a variety of psychiatric and neurological disorders. These receptors play a key role in the reinforcing properties of drugs of abuse, and polymorphisms in OPRD1 (the gene encoding delta opioid receptors) are associated with drug addiction. Delta ...read more

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A commonly carried genetic variant in the delta opioid receptor gene, OPRD1, is associated with smaller regional brain volumes: replication in elderly and young populations

Human Brain Mapping

Feb 22, 2013

Florence F RoussotteADNI

PMID: 23427138

DOI: 10.1002/hbm.22247

Abstract

Delta opioid receptors are implicated in a variety of psychiatric and neurological disorders. These receptors play a key role in the reinforcing properties of drugs of abuse, and polymorphisms in OPRD1 (the gene encoding delta opioid receptors) are associated with drug addiction. Delta ...read more

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Biological Markers
Gene Polymorphism
Imaging Studies
Ischemia
Study
Familial Alzheimer Disease (FAD)
OPRD1 gene
Genes
Twin Studies as Topic
Neurons
1
46

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