In DNA recorded fate

November 2, 2012 1:57

In DNA recorded fate

— The best personal trainer for us — our DNA — said the Italian molecular biologist Alberto Santini. — In our genetic code data is available on how and how much we have to practice what we have to eat, and even what kind of sports we are physically predisposed. Through the analysis of DNA, we can now know everything.

 Scientists believe the genetic profile can suggest menus, recommended for you, as well as "your" sport, writes inopressa.ru.
Test is simple and costs from 150 to 200 euros. Using a sample of saliva swab and sent to one of the accredited laboratories. Studied seven of DNA test that determine the metabolism and muscle structure. Based on these data reveals sporty and recommended type of effort. So you can see that we wrote on the family — to be a marathoner or a sprinter. While in Italy is not so much to laboratories, but only in the last year for advice turned over 5000 people.
By the way, when you combine this knowledge with the analysis of papillary patterns at your fingertips, you can find a person's fate is almost in detail. Recall that the science that studies the papillary pattern, called "dermatoglyphics" (from the Greek. "Dermatitis" — leather, and "glifo" — Etch). There are three types of such patterns — arcs, loops and curls. And given their more subtle features and different combinations, you can still count several dozen subtypes.
The patterns on the fingertips are laid on the 13th week of fetal development. At about the same time from one "blank" with the skin form the nervous and endocrine systems. Therefore, skin patterns are closely related to the structure of nerve endings in the fingertips. And because of this they are very closely reflects the organization of the human brain. So, can tell about the features of the nervous system, temperament, character.
Today sports genetics continues to explore the relationship between patterns on the fingers and the ability of man to become an Olympic champion. Medical genetics looking at the hands of congenital diseases. And in the Innovation Center BTP "Status of Biotechnology" at MSTU. Bauman help find the right place in the human life. Suggest you get out of it sensible editor or a competent engineer on the shoulder if he lead the whole plant or just a department. Details are here.

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