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US researchers have discovered a gene variation that has the potential to protect against alcoholism, and which could lead to a preventative treatment. The gene variant known as CYP2EI is linked to people’s response to alcohol, and for 10 percent to 20 percent of people who have it, just a few glasses leads them to feeling more drunk than the rest of the population, University of North Carolina researchers said on Tuesday.

Studies have shown that people with strong reactions to alcohol are “less likely to become alcoholics later in life, but the genetic basis of this finding was not clear,” researchers said in the study published online on Tuesday in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research. To distinguish the genetic characteristics of alcoholism, lead study author Kirk Wilhelmsen and his team gathered pairs of college-age siblings with at least one parent who was an alcoholic. The study participants were given an alcohol/soda cocktail and were questioned on how they felt out of the options: I feel drunk, I don’t feel drunk; I feel sleepy, I don’t feel sleepy.

Researchers used “genetic analyses called linkage and association to hone in on the gene region that appeared to influence how the students perceived alcohol,” the study said. This CYP2EI gene has long been known to hold an enzyme for metabolizing alcohol and generates free radical molecules. “It turns out that a specific version ... of CYP2E1 makes people more sensitive to alcohol, and we are now exploring whether it is because it generates more of these free radicals,” Wilhelmsen said.

“This finding is interesting because it hints at a totally new mechanism of how we perceive alcohol when we drink,” he said, adding that the conventional idea for “getting drunk” holds that alcohol affects how neurotransmitters — the molecules communicating between brain neurons — work. Drugs inducing the CYP2E1 gene could make people more sensitive to alcohol or help sober them up, Wilhelmsen said.

US researchers find gene that could ward off alcoholism - Taipei Times

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