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(AAT)n repeat in the cannabinoid receptor gene, CNR1: association with schizophrenia in a Spanish population.
It has been documented that there are at least nine alleles of CNR1. This classification is based on at least two polymorphisms: the polymorphism 1359G/A (one adenine is exchanged for a guanine) in the codon 453 in the codifying region of the CNR1.
(b) HINT1 may also associate with cannabinoid receptor type I (CNR1).
Individuals susceptible to excessive fat gain often carry gene variants that influence appetite control (CNR1, NPY, POMC, MC4R, etc.), insulin signaling (ISR-2, INSIG2, GIPR) and inflammation (ADIPOQ, IL-6, RESISTIN, etc.).
Reduced expression of brain cannabinoid receptor 1 (Cnr1) is coupled with an increased complementary micro-RNA (miR-26b) in a mouse model of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders.
Shared risk genes is another biological explanation, he added, noting that a polymorphism in the gene that encodes for the cannabinoid-1 receptor (CNR1) gene "has been found to increase vulnerability for developing cannabis dependence, [posttraumatic stress disorder], as well as depression in Parkinson's disease ."
The cannabinoid type 1 receptor gene polymorphism (G1359A in CNR1 gene), shown to be significantly associated with DR and DN in type 2 diabetics [18], suggests another pathogenic link between nephropathy and retinopathy.
Altucci et al., "Low 17beta-estradiol levels in Cnr1 knock-out mice affect spermatid chromatin remodeling by interfering with chromatin reorganization," Biology of Reproduction, vol.
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[65] The cannabinoid receptor 1 (CNR1) gene is primarily expressed in the central nervous system.
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CNR1 GENE VARIATION AND BEHAVIORAL DIFFERENCES AMONG KRYPTOLEBIAS MARMORATUS LABORATORY ISOGENIC LINES **, A.
Replication of these data in a larger sample is needed to reach the conclusion that the CNR1 gene, and indeed CB1, has a role in ectopic implantation.