Is the adiposity-associated FTO gene variant related to all-cause mortality independent of adiposity? Meta-analysis of data from 169,551 Caucasian adults

Zimmermann, E; Angquist, LH; Mirza, SS; Zhao, JH; Chasman, DI; Fischer, K; Qi, Q; Smith, AV; Thinggaard, M; Jarczok, MN; +50 more... Nalls, MA; Trompet, S; Timpson, NJ; Schmidt, B; Jackson, AU; Lyytikainen, LP; Verweij, N; Mueller-Nurasyid, M; Vikstrom, M; Marques-Vidal, P; Wong, A; Meidtner, K; Middelberg, RP; Strawbridge, RJ; Christiansen, L; Kyvik, KO; Hamsten, A; Jaaskelainen, T; Tjonneland, A; Eriksson, JG; Whitfield, JB; Boeing, H; Hardy, R; Vollenweider, P; Leander, K; Peters, A; van der Harst, P; Kumari, M; Lehtimaki, T; Meirhaeghe, A; Tuomilehto, J; Joeckel, KH; Ben-Shlomo, Y; Sattar, N; Baumeister, SE; Smith, GD; Casas, JP; Houston, DK; Maerz, W; Christensen, K; Gudnason, V; Hu, FB; Metspalu, A; Ridker, PM; Wareham, NJ; Loos, RJF; Tiemeier, H; Sonestedt, E; Sorensen, TIA; The, FTOMC; (2015) Is the adiposity-associated FTO gene variant related to all-cause mortality independent of adiposity? Meta-analysis of data from 169,551 Caucasian adults. Obesity reviews, 16 (4). pp. 327-340. ISSN 1467-7881 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/obr.12263

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