Mendelian Randomization Studies Do Not Support a Role for Raised Circulating Triglyceride Levels Influencing Type 2 Diabetes, Glucose Levels, or Insulin Resistance.

De Silva, NM; Freathy, RM; Palmer, TM; Donnelly, LA; Luan, J; Gaunt, T; Langenberg, C; Weedon, MN; Shields, B; Knight, BA; +12 more... Ward, KJ; Sandhu, MS; Harbord, RM; McCarthy, MI; Smith, GD; Ebrahim, S; Hattersley, AT; Wareham, N; Lawlor, DA; Morris, AD; Palmer, CN; Frayling, TM; (2011) Mendelian Randomization Studies Do Not Support a Role for Raised Circulating Triglyceride Levels Influencing Type 2 Diabetes, Glucose Levels, or Insulin Resistance. Diabetes. ISSN 0012-1797 DOI: https://doi.org/10.2337/db10-1317

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