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Java gene study links caffeine metabolism to coffee consumption behavior

(Northwestern University) A new caffeine genetic study 'e-emphasizes not everyone responds to a single cup of coffee in the same way,' and found that a genetic variant previously linked with nicotine metabolism is now linked with caffeine metabolism. The findings could have great implications for the field of precision medicine.
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