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Obesity DNA health report

Follow the link of the selected polymorphism to read a brief description of how the selected polymorphism affects Obesity and see a list of existing studies.

SNP polymorphisms related to the topic Obesity:

rs4994A beta-3-adrenergic receptor mutation is associated with visceral obesity but lowers serum triglyceride levels. Carriers of the G allele necessarily need strength training to lose weight and keep the body in good shape.
rs5082
rs9028
rs9299
rs297325
rs374748
rs435581
rs476828
rs534870
rs564343
rs651821
rs666595
rs699363
rs734597
rs750456
rs887912
rs970843
rs972317
rs975118
rs987237The AA genotype of the TFAP2B gene was associated with greater weight loss on a low-fat, high-protein diet.
rs988712
rs999943
rs1048466
rs1121980SNP rs1121980 in the FTO gene showed the strongest association with obesity risk (2.76-fold increase).
rs1421085Variation in the FTO gene contributes to obesity in children and severe obesity in adults.
rs1424233
rs1435703
rs1528133TUB gene polymorphisms are a candidate for late-life obesity in women.
rs1558902Variants in the FTO gene are associated with increased body mass index, obesity and diabetes. A high-protein diet was more beneficial for people with risk allele A. These findings suggest significant genetic heterogeneity in weight loss in response to dietary interventions.
rs1578761
rs1631486
rs1704198
rs1776012
rs1800437
rs1805081
rs1808579
rs1861868
rs1873511
rs1957894
rs1993709
rs2030323
rs2060457
rs2112347
rs2116830
rs2173676
rs2207139
rs2229616
rs2241005
rs2272382TUB gene polymorphisms are a candidate for late-life obesity in women.
rs2272383TUB gene polymorphisms are a candidate for late-life obesity in women.
rs2274459
rs2275848
rs2283208
rs2470315
rs2531995
rs2568958
rs2605100
rs2943650
rs2948300
rs2953802
rs3101336
rs3751812
rs3764220
rs3782724
rs3865188
rs4142322
rs4712652
rs4756846
rs4823173
rs6093921
rs6110577
rs6429082
rs6499640
rs6499662
rs6567160
rs6679056
rs6697656
rs6726292
rs6902153
rs6928576
rs6963221
rs6971091
rs6976491
rs7132908
rs7138803
rs7141420
rs7149926
rs7185735
rs7474896
rs7498665
rs7512592
rs7603514
rs7635777
rs7800006
rs8043757
rs8044769
rs8050136Obesity-related heterogeneity in models of predisposition to type 2 diabetes.
rs9328321
rs9384860
rs9568856
rs9736016
rs9816226
rs9930506
rs9939609The common variant rs9939609 of the FTO gene, associated with fat mass and obesity, is associated with fat cell lipolysis as well as early onset of extreme obesity. Studies show that carriers of the risk allele A demonstrate significantly greater weight loss on a fat-restricted diet than non-carriers.
rs9940128
rs9941349
rs10105606
rs10182181
rs10401969
rs10433903
rs10489833
rs10797020
rs10871777
rs10938397
rs10945918
rs10954428
rs10968576
rs10999409
rs11075990
rs11109072
rs11127485
rs11208659
rs11264997
rs11624704
rs11642841
rs11680012
rs11753543
rs12145833
rs12149832
rs12295638
rs12408810
rs12463617
rs12540206
rs12635698
rs12925846
rs13078807
rs13130484
rs16867321
rs16923476
rs16953002There is a 1.32-fold increased risk of melanoma in people with a low BMI.
rs16964465
rs16964476
rs17025867
rs17126232
rs17150703
rs17573102
rs17700144
rs17773430
rs17782313The rs17782313 (C) alleles are associated with higher body mass index (BMI), with an even larger effect in children. The average increase in BMI is 0.44 units.
rs17817449The FTO genetic variant affects obesity, insulin sensitivity, leptin levels and resting metabolic rate.
rs34114122
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