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Thread: Genius and insanity DNA, 23andme, rs6994992, rs1800955, CRISPR, DRD4, NRG1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afshar View Post
    I hope this is not serious, letting your geniality depend on 1 single snp.
    I take that you meant genius.

    The causes of any type of intelligence is so complex, I believe that it may be the single most complex trait(s) to have ever arisen. Not only in regards to it's genetic architecture, which may involve many different relatively isolated locus, but also epigenetic and GxE factors.

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    Am I neither genius nor insane?

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    there should be some DNA calc/app to estimate-calculate one's supposed "genotypic IQ" lol: https://thewinnower.com/papers/137-e...and-migrations


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    Genes for Psychosis and Creativity: A Promoter Polymorphism of the Neuregulin 1 Gene Is Related to Creativity in People With High Intellectual Achievement

    Szabolcs Kéri

    Why are genetic polymorphisms related to severe mental disorders retained in the gene pool of a population? A possible answer is that these genetic variations may have a positive impact on psychological functions. Here, I show that a biologically relevant polymorphism of the promoter region of the neuregulin 1 gene (SNP8NRG243177/rs6994992) is associated with creativity in people with high intellectual and academic performance. Intriguingly, the highest creative achievements and creative-thinking scores were found in people who carried the TIT genotype, which was previously shown to be related to psychosis risk and altered prefrontal activation.
    https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10....0.2009.02398.x

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