Chromosome - 9 SNP - rs657152 Gene Name - ABO

Basic Information

  • SNP rs657152
  • Chromosome 9
  • Gene Name ABO
  • Weight of evidence 80
Genotype Frequency
  • AC
  • CC
  • AA
Allele Frequency
  • C
  • A

SNP Expression Description

How does this fit in to your daily life?

Individuals with this SNP, especially regarding Coronary Artery Disease risk are encouraged to consider a low fat diet, increase foods rich in plant sterols (whole grains, legumes, nuts, seeds), stress management and maintaining consistent physical exercise. Individuals with this SNP are encouraged to avoid processed foods, a high fat diet (pro-inflammatory foods, margarine), nicotine cessation and sedentary lifestyle.

Individuals with this SNP, regarding Thyroid Disease and Cancer are encouraged to consider regular screening for thyroid function and Cancer screening. To reduce risk, individuals should consider supplementing their diet with: Alkaline-rich foods (kiwi, spinach, chard, onion, leeks, bananas, squash) and avoiding a pro-inflammatory diet (processed foods, fast foods, soda, high sugar, energy drinks).

Further research is being conducted on this SNP, please consult with your physician before taking any action. Even though current research indicates the possibility that current diseases are associated with this SNP, individuals with this SNP should be aware that this does not necessarily indicate that such diseases are present nor likely.

For more information, please schedule a consult with one of our HealthCoach7 Genetic Specialist.

General SNP Description

The T allele of this SNP is associated with higher risk of pancreatic cancer. This SNP is also associated with Coronary Artery Disease. This SNP is associated to interact with phosphodiesterase 8B gene variants, which have an affect on serum TSH levels and thyroid function. This gene encodes proteins related to the first discovered blood group system, ABO.Mutations of this gene are commonly associated with conditions, such as: gastric cancer, bladder tumors, myeloid leukemia chronic, cholera, tumors, carcinoma and cancer.
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