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Employing proteomics to understand the effects of nutritional intervention in cancer treatment.

The authors describe how nutrigenomics, with proteomics used for biomarkers, can be useful for cancer treatments.

Obesity as the sequel of childhood stunting: Ghrelin and GHSR gene polymorphism explained.

Personalized nutrition--genes, diet, and related interactive parameters as predictors of cancer in multiethnic colorectal cancer families. Free

This study among families in Southern California considered five variants in four genes (MTHFR, MTR, MTRR and DHFR), along with measures of healthy eating, which the authors found to be helpful for personalized nutrition in colorectal cancer prevention.

Interaction between an ADCY3 genetic variant and two weight-lowering diets affecting body fatness and body composition outcomes depending on macronutrient distribution: A randomized trial. Free

Among the overweight or obese subjects in Spain who carried the rs10182181 variant of the ADCY3 gene, a lower-fat diet was found to be more effective than a moderately higher-protein diet for weight loss and improved body composition.

Modulation of orbitofrontal-striatal reward activity by dopaminergic functional polymorphisms contributes to a predisposition to alcohol misuse in early adolescence.

The effect of APOE genotype on Alzheimer's disease risk is influenced by sex and docosahexaenoic acid status.

Epigenomics and metabolomics reveal the mechanism of the APOA2-saturated fat intake interaction affecting obesity.

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