Functional characterisation of a SNP in the ABCC11 allele - effects on axillary skin metabolism, odour generation and associated behaviours.

@article{Harker2014FunctionalCO,
  title={Functional characterisation of a SNP in the ABCC11 allele - effects on axillary skin metabolism, odour generation and associated behaviours.},
  author={Mark Harker and Ann-Marie Carvell and Vernon P J Marti and Svetlana Riazanskaia and Hailey Kelso and David Taylor and Sally G Grimshaw and David Scott Arnold and Ruediger Zillmer and Jane Shaw and Jayne M Kirk and Zee M Alcasid and Sheila Gonzales-Tanon and Gertrude P. Chan and Egge A E Rosing and Adrian M. Smith},
  journal={Journal of dermatological science},
  year={2014},
  volume={73 1},
  pages={
          23-30
        }
}
BACKGROUND A single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP), 538G→A, leading to a G180R substitution in the ABCC11 gene results in reduced concentrations of apocrine derived axillary odour precursors. OBJECTIVE Determine the axillary odour levels in the SNP ABCC11 genotype variants and to investigate if other parameters associated with odour production are affected. METHODS Axillary odour was assessed by subjective quantification and gas chromatography headspace analysis. Metabolite profiles… CONTINUE READING
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