Energy Efficiency Panel

This panel analyses the potential causes of obesity through alterations in genes that are expressed in adipose tissue: genes that regulate adipocyte growth and differentiation, and energy expenditure.

Energy is obtained by the breakdown of nutrients in the cell (carbohydrates, proteins, and fats) in the presence of oxygen. This process is known as cellular respiration or metabolism. Basal metabolism is the minimum amount of energy required to maintain the body's vital processes at rest. This can vary between individuals.

The genetic polymorphisms chosen for this panel analyse an individual 's genetic predisposition to obesity and/or additional obesity-related risks. Early identification of these risks allows for the development of prevention strategies to delay the onset or reduce the complications associated with the disease.

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