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Sources of Variation in Nicotine Metabolism and Associations with Smoking Abstinence in Adolescents and Adults
Author: Chenoweth, Meghan Jo-Ann
Abstract: Smoking remains a major public health concern; worldwide, approximately one billion people smoke. Despite the fact that many smokers are motivated to quit, only a small minority of those making quit attempts successfully quit each year. Variation in the rate of nicotine metabolic inactivation influences a number of smoking behaviours, including cessation. Thus, we sought to characterize genetic, environmental…
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