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Description of SNPs used as instrumental variables for obesity-related factors.

By Mattias Johansson (158504), Robert Carreras-Torres (560933), Ghislaine Scelo (385307), Mark P. Purdue (189300), Daniela Mariosa (6172118), David C. Muller (662516), Nicolas J. Timpson (6172121), Philip C. Haycock (3370847), Kevin M. Brown (182605), Zhaoming Wang (50224), Yuanqing Ye (29040), Jonathan N. Hofmann (310218), Matthieu Foll (105142), Valerie Gaborieau (146764), Mitchell J. Machiela (443669), Leandro M. Colli (690160), Peng Li (69518), Jean-Guillaume Garnier (6172124), Helene Blanche (6172127), Anne Boland (151261), Laurie Burdette (106804), Egor Prokhortchouk (3537233), Konstantin G. Skryabin (378474), Meredith Yeager (14299), Sanja Radojevic-Skodric (6172130), Simona Ognjanovic (6172133), Lenka Foretova (162255), Ivana Holcatova (4096654), Vladimir Janout (162261), Dana Mates (197821), Anush Mukeriya (4096675), Stefan Rascu (6172136), David Zaridze (162220), Vladimir Bencko (162246), Cezary Cybulski (196608), Eleonora Fabianova (3431042), Viorel Jinga (6172139), Jolanta Lissowska (89931), Jan Lubinski (59925), Marie Navratilova (197817), Peter Rudnai (227268), Simone Benhamou (111834), Geraldine Cancel-Tassin (6172142), Olivier Cussenot (364730), Elisabete Weiderpass (49201), Börje Ljungberg (72551), Raviprakash Tumkur Sitaram (6172145), Christel Häggström (276145), Fiona Bruinsma (757942), Susan J. Jordan (6172148), Gianluca Severi (89918), Ingrid Winship (163024), Kristian Hveem (189996), Lars J. Vatten (134776), Tony Fletcher (71676), Susanna C. Larsson (6105620), Alicja Wolk (147839), Rosamonde E. Banks (800129), Peter J. Selby (161595), Douglas F. Easton (89956), Gabriella Andreotti (399021), Laura E. Beane Freeman (399025), Stella Koutros (399019), Satu Männistö (201550), Stephanie Weinstein (6172151), Peter E. Clark (323520), Todd L. Edwards (153243), Loren Lipworth (283036), Susan M. Gapstur (122394), Victoria L. Stevens (244416), Hallie Carol (6172154), Matthew L. Freedman (237688), Mark M. Pomerantz (237673), Eunyoung Cho (385314), Kathryn M. Wilson (5587385), J. Michael Gaziano (229136), Howard D. Sesso (594737), Neal D. Freedman (340880), Alexander S. Parker (572438), Jeanette E. Eckel-Passow (228909), Wen-Yi Huang (491250), Richard J. Kahnoski (270822), Brian R. Lane (6172157), Sabrina L. Noyes (6172160), David Petillo (269749), Bin Tean Teh (227229), Ulrike Peters (101963), Emily White (429122), Garnet L. Anderson (272801), Lisa Johnson (783721), Juhua Luo (1341657), Julie Buring (23586), I-Min Lee (122401), Wong-Ho Chow (197825), Lee E. Moore (197828), Timothy Eisen (222423), Marc Henrion (6172163), James Larkin (715545), Poulami Barman (479041), Bradley C. Leibovich (6172166), Toni K. Choueiri (607308), G. Mark Lathrop (238475), Jean-Francois Deleuze (718393), Marc Gunter (487680), James D. McKay (3720076), Xifeng Wu (110961), Richard S. Houlston (112874), Stephen J. Chanock (14311), Caroline Relton (3457379), J. Brent Richards (144368), Richard M. Martin (176602), George Davey Smith (82619) and Paul Brennan (63967)

Abstract

<p>Description of SNPs used as instrumental variables for obesity-related factors.</p

Topics: Medicine, Cell Biology, Genetics, Neuroscience, Biotechnology, Developmental Biology, Cancer, Mental Health, Infectious Diseases, Virology, genome-wide association study, body mass index increases, diastolic blood pressure, GWAS, DBP influence RCC risk, RCC risk, type 2 diabetes, methodology limits bias, CI, obesity-related factors, findings Genetic markers, SD, 2- sample MR framework, systolic blood pressure
Year: 2019
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pmed.1002724.t001
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/7544006
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