By Gregory S. Makowski
Quantity sixty three within the the world over acclaimed Advances in medical Chemistry comprises chapters authored via global popular medical laboratory scientists, physicians and examine scientists. The serial presents the most recent and latest applied sciences concerning the sector of scientific Chemistry and is the benchmark for novel analytical methods within the scientific laboratory.
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Normal serum levels of DBP in obese women suggested that loss of vitamin D in urine is not the explanation for low serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels in obesity . The relationship between common variants of the DBP gene with obesity-related phenotypes has been investigated in a Caucasian population. rs17467825 and its corresponding haplotype GAA showed the strongest associations in females with percentage of fat mass and BMI. The exact biological mechanism of how DBP polymorphisms influence the obesity phenotypes is still unknown.
Advances in Clinical Chemistry, Volume 63 by Gregory S. Makowski