Preliminary findings on the role of PLIN1 polymorphisms on body composition and energy metabolism response to energy restriction in obese women.

@article{Ruiz2011PreliminaryFO,
  title={Preliminary findings on the role of PLIN1 polymorphisms on body composition and energy metabolism response to energy restriction in obese women.},
  author={Jonatan R. Ruiz and Eider Larrarte and Javier Margareto and Raquel Ares and Pilar Alkorta and Idoia Labayen},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={2011},
  volume={106 4},
  pages={486-90}
}
The aim of the present study was to investigate the association of PLIN1 11482G>A (rs894160) and PLIN1 13041A>G (rs2304795) polymorphisms with body composition, energy and substrate metabolism, and the metabolic response to a 12-week energy-restricted diet in obese women. The study comprised a total of seventy-eight obese (BMI 34·0 (SD 2·8) kg/m(2)) women (age 36·7 (SD 7) years). We measured weight, height and waist circumference before and after a 12-week controlled energy-restricted diet… CONTINUE READING
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