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The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, ISSN 0021-972X, 04/2019, Volume 104, Issue 9, pp. 3785 - 3794
Vitamin D may be important for prenatal programming of insulin and glucose regulation, but maternal vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy is common. We... 
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 05/2017, Volume 12, Issue 5, p. e0177110
Hepatocyte nuclear factor 1 alpha (HNF1[alpha]) defects cause Mature Onset Diabetes of the Young type 3 (MODY3), characterized by defects in beta-cell insulin... 
Type 2 diabetes | Care and treatment | Transcription factors | Albumin | Dosage and administration | Research | Insulin | Liver cells | Health aspects
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by Joubert, Bonnie R and Felix, Janine F and Yousefi, Paul and Bakulski, Kelly M and Just, Allan C and Breton, Carrie and Reese, Sarah E and Markunas, Christina A and Richmond, Rebecca C and Xu, Cheng-Jian and Xu, Zongli and Küpers, Leanne K and Oh, Sam S and Hoyo, Cathrine and Gruzieva, Olena and Söderhäll, Cilla and Salas, Lucas A and Baïz, Nour and Zhang, Hongmei and Lepeule, Johanna and Ruiz, Carlos and Ligthart, Symen and Wang, Tianyuan and Taylor, Jack A and Duijts, Liesbeth and Sharp, Gemma C and Jankipersadsing, Soesma A and Nilsen, Roy M and Vaez, Ahmad and Fallin, M. Daniele and Hu, Donglei and Litonjua, Augusto A and Fuemmeler, Bernard F and Huen, Karen and Kere, Juha and Kull, Inger and Munthe-Kaas, Monica Cheng and Gehring, Ulrike and Bustamante, Mariona and Saurel-Coubizolles, Marie José and Quraishi, Bilal M and Ren, Jie and Tost, Jörg and Gonzalez, Juan R and Peters, Marjolein J and Håberg, Siri E and van Meurs, Joyce B and Gaunt, Tom R and Kerkhof, Marjan and Corpeleijn, Eva and Feinberg, Andrew P and Eng, Celeste and Baccarelli, Andrea A and Benjamin Neelon, Sara E and Bradman, Asa and Merid, Simon Kebede and Bergström, Anna and Herceg, Zdenko and Hernandez-Vargas, Hector and Brunekreef, Bert and Pinart, Mariona and Heude, Barbara and Ewart, Susan and Yao, Jin and Lemonnier, Nathanaël and Franco, Oscar H and Wu, Michael C and Hofman, Albert and McArdle, Wendy and Van der Vlies, Pieter and Falahi, Fahimeh and Gillman, Matthew W and Barcellos, Lisa F and Kumar, Ashish and Wickman, Magnus and Guerra, Stefano and Charles, Marie-Aline and Holloway, John and Auffray, Charles and Tiemeier, Henning W and Smith, George Davey and Postma, Dirkje and Hivert, Marie-France and Eskenazi, Brenda and Vrijheid, Martine and Arshad, Hasan and Antó, Josep M and Dehghan, Abbas and Karmaus, Wilfried and Annesi-Maesano, Isabella and Sunyer, Jordi and Ghantous, Akram and Pershagen, Göran and Holland, Nina and Murphy, Susan K and DeMeo, Dawn L and Burchard, Esteban G and Ladd-Acosta, Christine and Snieder, Harold and Nystad, Wenche and ...
The American Journal of Human Genetics, ISSN 0002-9297, 04/2016, Volume 98, Issue 4, pp. 680 - 696
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by Shungin, Dmitry and Winkler, Thomas W and Croteau-Chonka, Damien C and Ferreira, Teresa and Locke, Adam E and Mägi, Reedik and Strawbridge, Rona J and Pers, Tune H and Fischer, Krista and Justice, Anne E and Workalemahu, Tsegaselassie and Wu, Joseph M. W and Buchkovich, Martin L and Heard-Costa, Nancy L and Roman, Tamara S and ng, Alexander W and Song, Ci and Gustafsson, Stefan and Day, Felix R and Esko, Tonu and Fall, Tove and Kutalik, Zoltán and Luan, Jian'an and Randall, Joshua C and Scherag, Ané and Vedantam, Sailaja and Wood, Anew R and Chen, Jin and Fehrmann, Rudolf and Karjalainen, Juha and Kahali, Bratati and Liu, Ching-Ti and Schmidt, Ellen M and Absher, Devin and Amin, Najaf and Anderson, Denise and Beekman, Marian and Bragg-Gresham, Jennifer L and Buyske, Steven and Demirkan, Ayse and Ehret, Georg B and Feitosa, Mary F and Goel, Anuj and Jackson, Anne U and Johnson, Toby and Kleber, Marcus E and Kristiansson, Kati and Mangino, Massimo and Mateo Leach, Irene and Medina-Gomez, Carolina and Palmer, Cameron D and Pasko, Dorota and Pechlivanis, Sonali and Peters, Marjolein J and Prokopenko, Inga and Stančáková, Alena and Ju Sung, Yun and Tanaka, Toshiko and Teumer, Alexander and van Vliet-Ostaptchouk, Jana V and Yengo, Loïc and Zhang, Weihua and Albrecht, Eva and Ärnlöv, Johan and Arscott, Gillian M and Bandinelli, Stefania and Barrett, Amy and Bellis, Claire and Bennett, Amanda J and Berne, Christian and Blüher, Matthias and Böhringer, Stefan and Bonnet, Fabrice and Böttcher, Yvonne and Bruinenberg, Marcel and Carba, Delia B and Caspersen, Ida H and Clarke, Robert and Daw, E. Warwick and Deelen, Joris and Deelman, Ewa and Delgado, Graciela and Doney, Alex S. F and Eklund, Niina and Erdos, Michael R and Estrada, Karol and Eury, Elodie and Frieich, Nele and Garcia, Melissa E and Gieaitis, Vilmantas and Gigante, Bruna and Go, Alan S and Golay, Alain and Grallert, Harald and Grammer, Tanja B and Gräßler, Jürgen and Grewal, Jagvir and Groves, Christopher J and Haller, Toomas and Hallmans, Goran and ... and PAGE Consortium and LifeLines Cohort Study and CARDIOGRAMplusC4D Consortium and MuTHER Consortium and ICBP and ADIPOGEN Consortium and CKDGen Consortium and GEFOS Consortium and Int Endogene Consortium and GENIE Consortium and MAGIC Investigators and ReproGen Consortium and GLGC and ADIPOGen Consortium and International Endogene Consortium and The PAGE Consortium and The International Endogene Consortium and The MAGIC Investigators and The ReproGen Consortium and The CKDGen Consortium and The ADIPOGen Consortium and The ICBP and The CARDIOGRAMplusC4D Consortium and The GENIE Consortium and The GLGC and The GEFOS Consortium and The MuTHER Consortium and The LifeLines Cohort Study and Högskolan Dalarna and Akademin Utbildning, hälsa och samhälle and Medicinsk vetenskap
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 2015, Volume 518, Issue 7538, pp. 187 - U378
Body fat distribution is a heritable trait and a well-established predictor of adverse metabolic outcomes, independent of overall adiposity. To increase our... 
HUMAN HEIGHT | ABDOMINAL ADIPOSITY | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | COMMON SNPS | SUSCEPTIBILITY LOCI | GLYCEMIC TRAITS | FALSE DISCOVERY | MESENCHYMAL STEM-CELLS | GENOME-WIDE ASSOCIATION | ADIPOGENIC DIFFERENTIATION | SEXUAL-DIMORPHISM | Body Mass Index | Genome-Wide Association Study | Age Factors | Neovascularization, Physiologic - genetics | Epigenesis, Genetic | Humans | Male | Continental Population Groups - genetics | Sex Characteristics | Obesity - genetics | Europe - ethnology | Genome, Human - genetics | Adipose Tissue - metabolism | Insulin - metabolism | Models, Biological | Adipocytes - metabolism | Insulin Resistance - genetics | Polymorphism, Single Nucleotide - genetics | Female | Body Fat Distribution | Transcription, Genetic - genetics | Adipogenesis - genetics | Waist-Hip Ratio | Quantitative Trait Loci - genetics | Adipose tissues | Quantitative trait loci | Genetic research | Genetic aspects | Research | Metabolism | Health aspects | Studies | Body mass index | Genealogy | Body fat | Insulin resistance | Genetics | Genomes | Abdomen | Meta-analysis | Index Medicus | Life Sciences | Adipocytes/metabolism Adipogenesis/genetics Adipose Tissue/metabolism Age Factors Body Fat Distribution Body Mass Index Continental Population Groups/genetics Epigenesis, Genetic Europe/ethnology Female Genome, Human/genetics Genome-Wide Association Study Humans Insulin/metabolism Insulin Resistance/genetics Male Models, Biological Neovascularization, Physiologic/genetics Obesity/genetics Polymorphism, Single Nucleotide/genetics Quantitative Trait Loci/genetics Sex Characteristics Transcription, Genetic/genetics Waist-Hip Ratio | Clinical Medicine | Hälsa och välfärd | Medical and Health Sciences | Klinisk medicin | Medicin och hälsovetenskap | Health and Welfare
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