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by Gerstein, Hertzel C and Colhoun, Helen M and Dagenais, Gilles R and Diaz, Rafael and Lakshmanan, Mark and Pais, Prem and Probstfield, Jeffrey and Riesmeyer, Jeffrey S and Riddle, Matthew C and Rydén, Lars and Xavier, Denis and Atisso, Charles Messan and Dyal, Leanne and Hall, Stephanie and Rao-Melacini, Purnima and Wong, Gloria and Avezum, Alvaro and Basile, Jan and Chung, Namsik and Conget, Ignacio and Cushman, William C and Franek, Edward and Hancu, Nicolae and Hanefeld, Markolf and Holt, Shaun and Jansky, Petr and Keltai, Matyas and Lanas, Fernando and Leiter, Lawrence A and Lopez-Jaramillo, Patricio and Cardona Munoz, Ernesto German and Pirags, Valdis and Pogosova, Nana and Raubenheimer, Peter J and Shaw, Jonathan E and Sheu, Wayne H-H and Temelkova-Kurktschiev, Theodora and Abella, Mercedes and Alebuena, Andrea and Almagro, Sandra and Amoroso, Eduardo and Anadon, Paula and Andreu, Elizabeth and Aristimuño, Guillermo and Arzadun, Maria and Barbieri, Maria and Barcudi, Raul and Bartolacci, Ines and Bolobanich, Gabriel and Bordonava, Anselmo and Bustamante Labarta, Miguel and Bustos, Betina and Caccavo, Alberto and Camino, Alejandra and Cantero, Maria and Carignano, Maria and Cartasegna, Luis and Cipullo, Marcela and Commendatore, Víctor and Conosciuto, Victoria and Costamagna, Osvaldo and Crespo, Claudia and Cuello, Jose and Cuneo, Carlos and Cusimano, Sandra and Dean, Sofia and Dituro, Claudio and Dominguez, Andrea and Farah, Miguel and Fernandez, Alberto and Fernandez, Florencia and Ferrari, Adriana and Flammia, Patricia and Fuentealba, Jose and Gallardo, Karina Beatriz and Garcia, Celso and Garcia Duran, Ruben and Garrido, Marcelo and Gavicola, Rodolfo and Gerbaudo, Claudio and Gilli, Graciela and Giotto, Ana Paula and Godoy Bolzán, Pedro and Gomez Vilamajo, Oscar and Guerlloy, Fernando and Guridi, Cristian and Gutierrez Garrido, Narcisa and Hasbani, Eduardo and Hermida, Sonia and Hominal, Miguel and Hrabar, Adrian and Ingaramo, Adrián and Izzicupo, Alejandra and Krynski, Mario and Lagrutta, Mariana and Lanchiotti, Paulina and Langhe, Maria and Leonard, Veronica and Llanos, Javier and Lopez Santi, Ricardo and ... and REWIND Investigators
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 07/2019, Volume 394, Issue 10193, pp. 121 - 130
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by Gerstein, Hertzel C and Colhoun, Helen M and Dagenais, Gilles R and Diaz, Rafael and Lakshmanan, Mark and Pais, Prem and Probstfield, Jeffrey and Botros, Fady T and Riddle, Matthew C and Rydén, Lars and Xavier, Denis and Atisso, Charles Messan and Dyal, Leanne and Hall, Stephanie and Rao-Melacini, Purnima and Wong, Gloria and Avezum, Alvaro and Basile, Jan and Chung, Namsik and Conget, Ignacio and Cushman, William C and Franek, Edward and Hancu, Nicolae and Hanefeld, Markolf and Holt, Shaun and Jansky, Petr and Keltai, Matyas and Lanas, Fernando and Leiter, Lawrence A and Lopez-Jaramillo, Patricio and Cardona Munoz, Ernesto German and Pirags, Valdis and Pogosova, Nana and Raubenheimer, Peter J and Shaw, Jonathan E and Sheu, Wayne H-H and Temelkova-Kurktschiev, Theodora and Abella, Mercedes and Alebuena, Andrea and Almagro, Sandra and Amoroso, Eduardo and Anadon, Paula and Andreu, Elizabeth and Aristimuño, Guillermo and Arzadun, Maria and Barbieri, Maria and Barcudi, Raul and Bartolacci, Ines and Bolobanich, Gabriel and Bordonava, Anselmo and Bustamante Labarta, Miguel and Bustos, Betina and Caccavo, Alberto and Camino, Alejandra and Cantero, Maria and Carignano, Maria and Cartasegna, Luis and Cipullo, Marcela and Commendatore, Víctor and Conosciuto, Victoria and Costamagna, Osvaldo and Crespo, Claudia and Cuello, Jose and Cuneo, Carlos and Cusimano, Sandra and Dean, Sofia and Dituro, Claudio and Dominguez, Andrea and Farah, Miguel and Fernandez, Alberto and Fernandez, Florencia and Ferrari, Adriana and Flammia, Patricia and Fuentealba, Jose and Gallardo, Karina Beatriz and Garcia, Celso and Garcia Duran, Ruben and Garrido, Marcelo and Gavicola, Rodolfo and Gerbaudo, Claudio and Gilli, Graciela and Giotto, Ana Paula and Godoy Bolzán, Pedro and Gomez Vilamajo, Oscar and Guerlloy, Fernando and Guridi, Cristian and Gutierrez Garrido, Narcisa and Hasbani, Eduardo and Hermida, Sonia and Hominal, Miguel and Hrabar, Adrian and Ingaramo, Adrián and Izzicupo, Alejandra and Krynski, Mario and Lagrutta, Mariana and Lanchiotti, Paulina and Langhe, Maria and Leonard, Veronica and Llanos, Javier and Lopez Santi, Ricardo and ... and REWIND Investigators
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 07/2019, Volume 394, Issue 10193, pp. 131 - 138
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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... 
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