Discussion in 'Genetic Testing and SNPs' started by minkeygirl, Aug 28, 2013.
Not me, Minks, not me. I know nuttin'.
No idea - all I know is that CBS C699T, and the CBS gene in general, are pretty well excluded from causing sulfur problems
I'm 3.3% Neanderthal
Us Neanderthals have to stick together!
I know it could be SUOX, but I am guessing there's more to it.
I guess Valentijn settled it: It's a good thing. Hugs to my neanderthal relatives:
Critterina, Is there different post that shows how you figured out that the CBS mutations don't cause a 10X upregulation? Or can you direct me somewhere else?
There sure is, and I wish I could find it. A bunch of people on this forum read the research and discussed it. I have looked a few times and couldn't find it. I have considered asking a moderator to help me find it again, but haven't got to it yet. If you do that, please post a link to that post here. I'll bookmark it next time.
It's in the methylation subforum, which is why I can never find it It's really an SNP thread though, so I'll ask to have it moved over here.
You can also try a Google Site Search
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