Last Posted: Dec 04, 2018
- Use of Mendelian R andomization for I dentifying R isk F actors for B rain T umors.
Howell Amy Elizabeth et al. Frontiers in genetics 2018 9525
- Child body mass index, genotype and parenting in the prediction of restrictive feeding.
Bost K K et al. Pediatric obesity 2018 13(4) 239-246
- Genetic Susceptibility for Childhood BMI has no Impact on Weight Loss Following Lifestyle Intervention in Danish Children.
Hollensted Mette et al. Obesity (Silver Spring, Md.) 2018 Dec 26(12) 1915-1922
- Variants in APOA5 and ADIPOQ Moderate Improvements in Metabolic Syndrome during a One-Year Lifestyle Intervention.
Lowry Dana E et al. Lifestyle genomics 2018 Nov 1-10
- The future of protein biomarker research in type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Tans Roel et al. Expert review of proteomics 2018 Nov 1-11
- Microbiome dynamics in obesity
CA Thaiss, Science, November 22, 2018
- Why are we still so fat?
G Kolata, NY Times, November 19, 2018
- Adiposity and Cardiometabolic Outcomes- What Can Meta-analyses of Mendelian Randomization Studies Contribute?
K Wade, JAMA Network Open, November 16, 2018
- Association Between Obesity and Cardiovascular Outcomes- A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Mendelian Randomization Studies
H Riaz, JAMA Network Open, November 16, 2018
- Interplay between diet and genetic susceptibility in obesity and related traits.
Wang Tiange et al. Frontiers of medicine 2018 Nov
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