Personalized Dietary SikdanOme Recommendation based on Obesity Related SNP Genotype and Phenotype

비만 관련 SNP genotype-phenotype 정보기반의 맞춤 식단옴 추천

  • Received : 2016.07.06
  • Accepted : 2016.08.11
  • Published : 2016.10.28


Obesity extends the global economic burden and it causes that the failure of a reduction of physical activity, and diet management. In this work, nutritional information and personalized diet based on calorie supply system and is discriminatory utilized the obesity-related SNP information in order to recommend a personalized functional foods. This study performed a GWAS analysis for the excavation of a Korean-specific and obesity-related SNP, which utilizes genetic information were recommended by entering a personalized diet in accordance with the SNP genotype-phenotype information. In addition, we integrated Database with relation of nutrient for utilizing the USDA Food information and it was applied to recommend with Sickdanome. As a result, the obesity-related SNP information was confirmed in the sample which has the normal value BMI. In this study, we have recognized that the phenotype information related obesity, BMI is inconsistent with the SNP genotype information. This result is shown that it is necessary to provide the personalized dietary SickdanOme recommendation based on the both pheotype-genotype information.


Korea Traditional Food Standard Reference;Semantics;Sickdanome;Integrated Database


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