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The figure shows a color-coded t-value map overlaid on a normalized human brain. Activation pattern shows areas of the brain (frontal cortex) that are differentially activated between FTO genotypes. Recordings were performed during visual stimulation with food pictures before, 30 and 120 min after a glucose challenge. The differential effect was only observed 30 minutes after ingestion of glucose. Conclusion: FTO genotype does not affect basal brain activity, but significantly alters postprandial brain activity.

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Jennifer Lee
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