Genetics of Obesity

Presences of monogenic types of obese indicate that obesity may cause by genetic mutations. The most common types of obesity are probably the result of deviations within a large number of genes. Researchers have established many obesity causing genes and the combination of an obesogenic environment and a genetic predisposition will about inescapably result in the development of obesity. In brief, it brings the conclusion that genetic  may be causes of obesity and the genes involved are possibly the genes that interact with environment factors associated to energy intake and outflow to enhance the risk of obesity.

  • Genetics of diabetes
  • Obesity: Familial aggregation
  • Nutritional Genomics
  • Hereditary Factors
  • Genetic Determinants of Food Intake
  • Common Polygenic Obesity
  • Genes related to Congenital leptin deficiency
  • Risk of Obesity Among Siblings
  • Genetic risk factors in obesity
  • Genetic Syndromes and Related disorders
  • Genetic Testing for Diseases
  • Clinical Genomics

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