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Int. Journal of Life Sciences, 2018; 6(3): 776-778      |                 Available online, September 29, 2018

Neutrogenomics : A Direct Interaction

Kumari  Poonam1, Raaj Vaibhava2 and  Toshi3


1Hod, Dept Of Zoology, Maharaja College, Ara, Bihar

2Private Practitioner, Janki Dental Super Speciality Clinic & Research Centre, Patna, Bihar

3Post Graduate Student, Department Of Periodontology, Buddha Dental College & Hospital, Patna, Bihar


Received : 06.02.2018   |    Revised : 09.03.2018    |   Accepted : 12.09.2018    |   Published : 29.09.2018

Numerous studies have been carried out on nutrients and their role on health and diseases, and the role of genes in causing the diseases. The study now follows to the higher level where the research goes on how genes and nutrients interact. It is of no doubt that nutrition and genetics both play an important role in human health as well as in the development of various chronic diseases. Nutrigenomics is the branch of science that incorporates various scientific & biological approaches which describes how nutrition interacts with gene with the application of ‘omics’ technology.


Keywords : - Nutrients, Gene, Scientific, Biological, Omics.


Editor: Dr.Arvind Chavhan


Cite this article as:

Kumari  Poonam, Raaj Vaibhava and  Toshi (2018) Neutrogenomics : A Direct Interaction, Int. J. of. Life S-ciences, Volume 6(3): 776-778. 


Conflicts of interest: The authors stated that no conflicts of interest.



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