Postprandial Effect of High-starch Meals in Individuals With Low and High Copy Number of the Salivary Amylase Gene
ndividuals with low copy numbers of salivary amylase gene have lower salivary amylase levels and might therefore have decreased capacity to metabolize starch into glucose. We are in a randomized crossover meal study examining the postprandial response of high-starch meals in individuals with either low or high copy number of the salivary amylase gene. Participants with low and high copy numbers of AMY1 were randomized to either 40 or 80 grams of starch in a crossover design.
|Gällande start-/slutdatum||2018/10/01 → …|
- Lunds universitet (ansvarig)
- University of Copenhagen
2017/01/01 → 2020/12/31