Genetics of Obesity

In 2001, six genes were connected to monogenic human heftiness and no normal variations were reproducibly connected with polygenic weight. By 2008, advance in the field prompted the revelation of eight monogenic genes and four polygenic genes (FTO, PCSK1, MC4R, CTNNBL1) from related examinations at the extensive level of importance. The current development of the all-inclusive affiliation thinks about (GWAS) has prompted promote leaps forward in quality distinguishing proof and now nine loci are perceived to be associated with Mendelian types of corpulence alongside 58 loci adding to polygenic heftiness. In this survey, we will talk about what we have gained from this current advance in clarifying the atomic premise of weight. We propose an ignore of significant lessons gained from 15 years of research in the field of the hereditary qualities and weight.

  • Genetic factors of overweight and obesity
  • Genetic syndromes
  • Genes Interacting with Environments
  • Genes Influencing Response to Treatment
  • Obesity Genes and Disease Prediction
  • Metabolism and appetite of Body
  • Genetic factors on obesity
  • Genome Wide Association Studies (GWAS)
  • Nutrigenetics

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