The “Omics” of Voluntary Exercise: Systems Approaches to a Complex Phenotype
Trends in Endocrinology and Metabolism
Predisposition to engage in exercise is highly variable and simultaneously influenced by the environment, complex genomics, and their interactions. Given the importance of exercise to health, understanding the underlying influences of variability is crucial. Here, we discuss murine systems approaches, focusing on ‘omics’, relevant to revealing the architecture of voluntary activity.
Kelly, Scott; Pardo-Manuel de Villena, Fernando; and Pomp, Daniel, "The “Omics” of Voluntary Exercise: Systems Approaches to a Complex Phenotype" (2015). Zoology Faculty Work. 58.
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