PLAAT3:coding for a that is necessary for the complete degradation of organelles present in lens core , a zone known as the organelle free zone (OFZ). This degradation takes place during the terminal differentiation of the lens creating transparency so that light can beam through without being dispersed or absorbed which would distort what the eye sees.
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BSX: Without this, the regulation of calorie uptake is disturbed, thus leading to weight problems.
TCIRG1:coding for a involved in proton transport. When defective, this causes marble bone disease (osteopetrosis), a rare genetic disease characterized by abnormally dense bones.
YAP1:coding for a that not only has a role in proliferation and regeneration but also in organ shape and size control.
CDHR5:coding for a involved in the formation of microvilli on the surface of some epithelial .
OR6A2 : More than 15% of Europeans are said to have a genuine aversion to coriander. For them, this aromatic herb TASTES like soap, or even crushed bedbugs. This profound aversion seems to have a genetic explanation: a genetic variation in the OR6A2 olfactory.
TYR: Thisis involved in melanin synthesis, a pigment found in skin and hair.
ACTN3: Thiscodes for a which is important in the structure of muscles that are used during rapid and intense effort. About 18% of the population does not have this ACTN3. The absence of this is associated with a better resistance to cold… and a better physical endurance!
CRY2: Thiscodes for one of the involved in the regulation of our biological clock.
LDHA: Thiscodes for an involved in the production of lactate, during physical activity for instance. Lactate accumulation causes muscular pain.
OR10A5: Group ofinvolved in the perception of smell.
HBB: Thiscodes for hemoglobin, the which transports oxygen in our blood.