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Genetic associations of body composition, flexibility and injury risk with ACE, ACTN3 and COL5A1 polymorphisms in Korean baller

Body Composition Assessment
Jun Ho Kim et al.
Used Parameters : BW, FFM, BFM, PBF

Publication Year : 2014

Country : Korea

Journal : Journal of Exercise Nutrition & Biochemistry

[Purpose] The purpose of this study was to exam the association of body composition, flexibility, and injury risk to genetic polymorphisms including ACE ID, ACTN3 RX, and COL5A1 polymorphisms in ballet dancers in Korea.[Methods] For the purpose of this study, elite ballerinas (n= 97) and normal female adults (n= 203) aged 18 to 39 were recruited and these participants were tested for body weight, height, body fat, fat free mass, flexibility, injury risks on the joints and gene polymorphisms (ACE, ACTN3, COL5A1 polymorphism) …
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