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What is the MCM6 gene?

The MCM6 gene encodes a protein that controls the production of other proteins. This includes lactase, encoded by the nearby LCT gene. People with at least one of these variants are unlikely to suffer from lactose intolerance. Those that do not carry any of these variants have an increased risk of lactose intolerance.

 

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