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Tuesday, December 24, 2013

ABCC11 gene theory for body odor tested in TV program

There is a general consensus that people with dry earwax are much less likely to suffer 'underarm body odor' (such as bromhidrosis), because it seems that they are likely to have 2 'dry' copies for the ABCC11 gene. However it is mostly only North East Asians that have 2 'dry' copies ABCC11 gene, although it is suggested perhaps a very small % from other areas may carry one copy. Most people around the world have 2 'wet' copies, and also have wet earwax.

It should be kept in mind that this has nothing to do with systemic/metabolic maldoors, which are not to do with the skin surface condition.   

Here is a UK TV program that 'tested' the earwax/body odor theory in a 'subjective' fashion, and then DNA tested them for the ABCC11 gene.



links about ABCC11 gene :
gbhealthwatch.com
scientificamerican.com
pubmed abstract

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