DNA tests are able to identify genes associated with glycation, thus allowing preventive management of aging.
A formidable scientific advance, the complete sequencing of the human genome was carried out for the first time in 2004. The cost of the first sequencing was several tens of millions of dollars. Today, a few hundred dollars are enough to know his genetic heritage and identify his predispositions to certain pathologies.
By the end of 2021, more than 100 million people around the world will have carried out these tests, for the majority with the aim of knowing their family or ethnic origins, but also to know the state of their aging.
The effects of the genetic component of aging and associated multifactorial diseases are complex and sometimes imprecise.
However, their knowledge, linked to a probability of occurrence, is of primary importance for anyone wishing to take charge of their aging
To date, at least 3 genes linked to the predisposition to glycation have been identified: AGER, TCF7L2 and GLUT2. More and more studies are associating them with risks of age-related diseases. For the AGER gene alone, no less than 25 studies have already been listed on the bioinformatics site specializing in genetics www.snpedia.com.
Tomorrow, knowledge of its genetic heritage and its analysis by a doctor specially trained in, will be one of the keys to the preventive management of aging linked to glycation.
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