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Dopamine is a key molecule in the pathophysiology of methamphetamine (METH) psychosis. We examined the association between METH psychosis and the dopamine β-hydroxylase (DBH) gene, which modulates dopaminergic cascades. Six polymorphisms, rs1989787, rs1611115, rs1108580, rs5320, rs1611125, and rs6271, of the DBH gene were genotyped. These polymorphisms were not associated with METH-seeking behaviors of patients with METH psychosis (N = 216) or healthy controls (N = 328), but rs1611125 affecteddoi:10.4303/jdar/235792 fatcat:jshb4g3yqzbqhdbzhpmhi7ih3u