, like the it carries, forms the basis for life. There is not one living organism on this planet that doesn’t have . Hence, the better we get to know – and its in their smallest detail – the better we will understand how life is made.
ERAP2: variations in thisare associated with increased resistance to infection with Yersinia pestis, a bacterium responsible for the Black Death that occurred in the mid-14th century. These variations could be associated today with a greater susceptibility to develop an autoimmune disease.
DELE1 :coding for a which can be seen as a messenger capable of relaying a stress signal from the mitochondrion to the . This ‘integrated stress response’ indicates to the that need help, and the will do its best to fix the situation.
CDHR2:coding for a involved in the formation of microvilli on the surface of some epithelial .
DELE1 : key activator of the integrated stress response following mitochondrial problems. This indicates to thethat need help, and the will do its best to fix the situation.
SLC45A2:involved in the synthesis of melanin, a pigment found in our skin, our hair and the iris of our eyes.
RGS14: Thisis involved in memory and forgetfulness. The act of forgetting helps to keep our memory unburdened.
DROSHA: Thisis involved in regulating the synthesis of certain .
CDH6: Thisis involved in adhesion, which is essential in .
PCDH: Group of over 60involved in adhesion, which is essential in .
GABRB2/GABRA1/GABRA6/GABRG2: Groups ofinvolved in the harmful effects of absinthe consumption.
IL3: Thisis involved in the production of white blood .