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Can we identify a power-oriented polygenic profile?

Jonatan R. Ruiz1*, David Arteta2*, Amaya Buxens2, Marta Artieda2, Félix Gómez-Gallego3, 8 Catalina Santiago3, Thomas Yvert3, María Morán4, Alejandro Lucia3 9 *Contributed equally

ABSTRACT

Aim: Using the model originally developed by Williams & Folland (J Physiol 2008;586,113-28 21) we determined i) a ‘total genotype score’ (TGS, from the accumulated combination of the 29 six polymorphisms, with a maximum value of ‘100’ for the theoretically optimal polygenic 30 score) in a group of elite power athletes, endurance athletes, and non-athletic controls ii) the 31 probability for the occurrence of Spanish individuals with the ‘perfect’ power-oriented power 32 profile (i.e. TGS=100).

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