The pathophysiological processes that underlie metabolic diseases start decades before the onset of symptoms, and studies estimate that 40-70% of obesity is heritable. Knowing your genetics can help identify the risk for developing obesity and the most effective intervention.
Genetic Testing Provides:
Otogenetics worked with GBInsight to develop this Obesity Gene Panel. Once the Obesity Gene Panel test is completed, we want you to have the information you need to understand genes involved with body mass, central nervous system regulation of appetite, emotional eating, eating disorders, and energy level, basal metabolic rate, lipid metabolism and body fat distribution.
Our Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) techniques eliminate ambiguities at every locus compared to other genetic testing methods, giving more accurate results.
The obesity gene testing is currently offered for research use. Researchers and clinicians can order the tests for clinical investigation purposes. This test will help clinicians identify the potential genetic etiology of obseity and help them design more targeted and effective interventions.
CADM2, CARTPT, CCKAR, CD36, CLOCK, CNR1, COMT, CPE, CTNNBL1
DGKG, DRD2, DYRK1B
FAAH, FABP4, FAIM2, FANCL, FFAR4, FPGT-TNNI3K, FTO
GHRL, GNB3, GNPDA2, GPRC5B
HMGCR, HSD11B1, HTR2C
IL1A, IL1B, IL6, IL6R, INSIG2
LEP, LEPR, LINGO2, LPL, LRP1B
NAMPT, NEGR1, NPC1, NPY, NR0B2, NR1D1, NRXN3, NTRK2, NUDT3
PCSK1, PER2, POC5, POMC, PPARG, PPARGC1A, PRKAG3, PRKD1, PTER, PYY
SDC3, SEC16B, SH2B1, SIM1, SIRT1, SLC39A8, SLC6A4
TFAP2B, TMEM18, TNF, TRHR, TUB