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Which genes are included in the osteoporosis risk DNA test?

 

Genes included in the Osteoporosis Risk DNA Test:

  • CYP2R1 – Increases the risk of vitamin D deficiency, leading to reduced absorption of calcium. Adequate calcium is essential for healthy bone
  • GC – Increases the risk of vitamin D deficiency and reduced absorption of calcium.
  • WNT16 – Increases the risk of reduced bone formation.
  • GDF5 – Affects the normal regulation of the maintenance, development and repair of bones, joints and cartilage.
  • COL1A1 – Affects the formation of collagen (an essential strength and structural component of bones).

 

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