Life is in perpetual movement. The infinitesimal too.move and change. winds and unwinds. come and go, bind to one another and let go of each other. Without movement, would not be able to carry oxygen, produce energy or deal with a or a sick .
IRF4 : variations in thisinfluence skin, hair, and eye pigmentation. They are used by forensic scientists and archaeologists to create genetic portraits.
OR2J3 : Thisis involved in the perception of the smell of freshly cut grass.
FOXO3: Some variations of thisare thought to be found more frequently in centenarians…
TBX18: Thisis involved in developmental processes of a variety of and organs, including the heart.
OPRM1: Thiscodes for an opioid (e.g. morphine, heroin and methadone). It also influences alcohol tolerance.
T: Thiscodes for the ‘Brachyury’ , meaning ‘short tail’. In dogs, this is active in the development – i.e. the length – of its tail.
PARK2: Thisis involved in the form of Parkinsons disease which appears in young adults.
CGA: Thiscodes for a variety of that play a key role in immune tolerance and the development of blood vessels at the mother-foetus interface.
ABCC10: Thisis involved in the resistance of certain to chemotherapy.
PPARD: Thisis involved in muscle development, and has become a target to improve athletic performance.
HFE: Thisis involved in iron .
HIST1H4: This is one of the numerousthat code for histone . The characteristic architecture of a is due to the way is wound around histones.
KIAA0319: Thiscould be involved in dyslexia.