Science genetics play a role in obesity. Bardet-Biedl syndrome and genes that directly to Prader Willi syndrome diseases can cause obesity. But there's no predicting the future health of all genes. Genes and behavior, and it may be necessary for a person to be overweight. In some cases more than one gene to increase the person's sensitivity and obesity may need external factors; abundant food supply or less physical activity.

Obesity is caused by hereditary and environmental factors interact in a wide variety of complex disease. Quantitative genetics, genomics and bioinformatics in genetics and molecular basis of obesity progress combined to gain a better understanding has contributed to.In case of a family clustering, identical twins for the harmony of body weight and the discovery of genes associated with obesity, is beefing up the size of all arguments of obesity genetics

Now obesity overweight and tend to concentrate in a family in different forms is known of the conditions. A person with a family history of obesity, and an even higher risk as the risk of genetic obesity is seen in cases of a person with a family history of obesity to is two to eight times more. The distribution of adipose tissue obesity Inheritance but (40-55%) and weight or body fat (% 5-40) linked to tend to be higher for the phenotype, may vary depending on the investigated phenotype. Weight gain and increase lubrication with age, an effect also is influenced by heredity.

Types of formations that genetic obesity mutations are may cause the evidence However, and yet only 78 cases worldwide are bound to seven different mutations of genes. The most common forms of obesity, it's probably a large number of genes is the result of variations in.56, in a different gene pool sequence variations have been reported associated with obesity phenotypes, however, these genes can only be on at least five different studies have obtained positive results have been achieved.

In these rare cases, as well as many individual can lead to obesity has a genetic predisposition. Researchers have found many obesity predisposition genes and combination of environmental and genetic predisposition almost inevitably will result in the development of obesity. However, it is possible that obese individuals without a genetic predisposition.

In short, the current information, genetic factors, very rare severe obesity cases may have a role in the etiology of genetic obesity and special brings to the conclusion that the relevant genes are probably related to energy intake and expenditure to increase environmental factors interact with genes, the risk of obesity.

Identification of this gene results in the etiology of obesity and metabolic complications of obesity, the metabolic clearance as well as personalized prevention and treatment strategies for the purpose of development of genetic profile in terms of risk will help determine the individuals or groups.

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