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Spätmanifeste Adipositas

Die spätmanifeste Adipositas wird durch dominante Mutationen im AGRP-Gen hervorgerufen.

Gliederung

Fettleibigkeit
Autosomal dominante Adipositas
BMI-beeinflussender genetischer Faktor
Frühzeitig einsetzende Adipositas
Neigung zu Fettleibigkeit
Schwere Fettsucht
Schwere Fettsucht mit Typ 2 Diabetes
Spätmanifeste Adipositas
AGRP

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OMIM.ORG article

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