COMPARISON OF ANGIOTENSIN CONVERTING ENZYME (ACE) GENE POLYMORPHISMS ELITE BASKETBALL PLAYERS AND VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS

Emin Süel, Aysel Pehlivan
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Abstract


Aim: The purpose of this study is to research the differences of genotype polymorphism between the elite male and elite female basketball player, volleyball player and control group.

Material and Methods: 58 basketball players (ages 24.25±4.99 years, height 188.22±12.31 cm and weight 80.62±16.34 kg), 64 volleyball players (ages 22.82±5.40 years, height 188.67±9.69 cm and weight 77.82±12.14 kg) and 122 sedentary subjects (control group) were participated randomly in the study. 5cc blood was taken control and control groups for measuring the ACE gene polymorphism. Chi-square and analysis of variance (ANOVA), Levene’s Tests, and frequencies of allele were used for statistical evaluation at significance level p<0.05.

Results: There were no significance differences in genotype distribution and allele frequency of the ACE gene between athletes and control group (p>0.05), basketball, volleyball and control group (p>0.05), male basketball, volleyball and control group (p>0.05), female basketball, volleyball and control group (p>0.05) and male and female athletes (p>0.05) respectively. There were no significance differences in male athletes between the genotype distribution and physical performance tests, such as 20m shuttle-run (F=1.31), vertical jump (F=0.22), and 20m sprint test (F=0.44). There were also no significance differences in female athletes between the genotype distribution and physical performance tests, such as 20m shuttle-run (F=2.03), vertical jump (F=0.10), and 20m sprint test (F=1.17).

Conclusion: ACE polymorphism genotype distribution in terms of elite female and male volleyball players with elite female and male basketball players are the same. 


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Genotype; Gen; Basketball; Volleyball;

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