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|Query Trace: Birth Weight and TMEM18[original query]|
| Genetic markers of adult obesity risk are associated with greater early infancy weight gain and growth.
PLoS medicine 2010 May 7 (5): e1000284.
Elks Cathy E, Loos Ruth J F, Sharp Stephen J, Langenberg Claudia, Ring Susan M, Timpson Nicholas J, Ness Andrew R, Davey Smith George, Dunger David B, Wareham Nicholas J, Ong Ken
| Maternal and offspring adiposity-related genetic variants and gestational weight gain.
The American journal of clinical nutrition 2011 Jul 94 (1): 149-55.
Lawlor Debbie A, Fraser Abigail, Macdonald-Wallis Corrie, Nelson Scott M, Palmer Tom M, Davey Smith George, Tilling Ka
| Obesity-susceptibility loci have a limited influence on birth weight: a meta-analysis of up to 28,219 individuals.
The American journal of clinical nutrition 2011 Apr 93 (4): 851-60.
Kilpeläinen Tuomas O, den Hoed Marcel, Ong Ken K, Grøntved Anders, Brage Soren, , Jameson Karen, Cooper Cyrus, Khaw Kay-Tee, Ekelund Ulf, Wareham Nicholas J, Loos Ruth J
| Adult obesity susceptibility variants are associated with greater childhood weight gain and a faster tempo of growth: the 1946 British Birth Cohort Study.
The American journal of clinical nutrition 2012 Mar .
Elks CE, Loos RJ, Hardy R, Wills AK, Wong A, Wareham NJ, Kuh D, Ong KK
| Longitudinal replication studies of GWAS risk SNPs influencing body mass index over the course of childhood and adulthood.
PloS one 2012 7 (2): e31470.
Mei Hao, Chen Wei, Jiang Fan, He Jiang, Srinivasan Sathanur, Smith Erin N, Schork Nicholas, Murray Sarah, Berenson Gerald
| Birth weight modifies the association between central nervous system gene variation and adult body mass index.
Journal of human genetics 2015 Nov .
Ruiz-Narváez Edward A, Haddad Stephen A, Rosenberg Lynn, Palmer Julie