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In the development of type 2 diabetes (T2D), an important role is played by a combination of environmental factors (hypodynamia, hypernutrition, etc.) and genetic variants that predispose the development of the disease. The contribution of inherited traits to the development of T2D can reach 80%, which is confirmed by the results of a number of published studies. At the same time, the multifactorial and polygenetic nature of T2D makes it difficult to establish direct cause-effect relationsdoi:10.15690/vramn1037 fatcat:expejcoemvbmheugxze5phbhoi