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Genetischer BMI-Faktor 14

Genetische Veränderungen im FTO-Gen führen in rezesiver Form zu Übergewicht.

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BMI-beeinflussender genetischer Faktor
Genetischer BMI-Faktor 14
FTO

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OMIM.ORG article

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