Published in Obesity and Diabetes Week, October 10th, 2005
In a recently published article, scientists in Hungary conducted a study "to estimate the frequency of Arg64 allele of the beta3 -adrenergic receptor (3-BAR) gene in healthy (H) and obese (O) Hungarian children, and to look for possible associations between this polymorphism and some clinical and metabolic characteristics of obese children. In all, 147 healthy (male: 68) and 295 obese (male: 168) children were examined. The average age of the children...
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