|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|mthfr gene mutation||1.52||0.3||4613||52|
|mthfr gene testing||0.11||0.5||3083||14|
|mthfr genetic disorder||1.66||0.4||8623||85|
|mthfr bleeding disorder||1.18||0.2||1314||50|
|mthfr c677t heterozygous||1.64||0.5||3331||77|
|mthfr mutation and anesthesia||1.06||0.6||1797||73|
|mthfr mutation c677t anesthesia||0.12||0.7||4633||68|
|mthfr icd 10||0.02||0.5||259||80|
|mthfr gene mutation test||0.13||0.3||7080||79|
Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR), is an enzyme that works as a catalyst for important biochemical reactions in your body. It converts vitamin B9 (folate) into methyl-folate which is essential for a process called methylation. Every single cell and tissue in your body experiences methylation.What's the big deal about MTHFR?
What's the big deal about MTHFR? MTHFR stands for methyl-tetrahydrofolate reductase, an enzyme that is responsible for the process of methylation in every cell in your body. MTHFR is a common genetic variant that causes this key enzyme in the body to function at a lower than normal rate.