Maternal and fetal genetic contribution to gestational weight gain

N. M. Warrington, R. Richmond, B. Fenstra, R. Myhre, R. Gaillard, L. Paternoster, C. A. Wang, R. N. Beaumont, S. Das, M. Murcia, S. J. Barton, A. Espinosa, E. Thiering, M. Atalay, N. Pitkanen, I. Ntalla, A. E. Jonsson, R. Freathy, V. Karhunen, C. M. T. TieslerC. Allard, A. Crawford, S. M. Ring, M. Melbye, P. Magnus, F. Rivadeneira, L. Skotte, T. Hansen, J. Marsh, M. Guxens, J. W. Holloway, H. Grallert, V. W. V. Jaddoe, W. L. Lowe, T. Roumeliotaki, A. T. Hattersley, V. Lindi, K. Pahkala, K. Panoutsopoulou, M. Standl, C. Flexeder, L. Bouchard, E. Nohr, L. Marina, M. Kogevinas, H. Niinikoski, G. Dedoussis, J. Heinrich, R. M. Reynolds, L. Chatzi, Early Growth Genetics EGG Consort, D.M Evans*, D.A. Lawlor*

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)775-784
Number of pages10
JournalInternational Journal of Obesity
Volume42
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Apr 2018

Keywords

  • BODY-MASS INDEX
  • BIRTH-WEIGHT
  • MENDELIAN RANDOMIZATION
  • OFFSPRING ADIPOSITY
  • CHILDREN ALSPAC
  • BLOOD-PRESSURE
  • HUMAN HEIGHT
  • COMMON SNPS
  • PREGNANCY
  • ASSOCIATION

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