Nutrigenomics is otherwise known as nutritional genomics, and it involves the study of effects of food and food constituents in gene expression. It uses molecular tools to search, access, and understand the several responses obtained through a certain diet applied between individuals or population groups. It seeks to elucidate how the components of a particular diet may affect the expression of genes. This response will depend on how genes will show a changed activity or alter gene expression.
- Track 1-1 Genome-Food Interface
- Track 2-2 Polimorphisms
- Track 3-3 Anti-Aging
- Track 4-4 Obeisity
- Track 5-5 Cancer
- Track 6-6 Genome Health
- Track 7-7 Links to Chronic Disease