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    • Disease consequences of higher adiposity uncoupled from its adverse metabolic effects using Mendelian randomisation 

      Martin, S.; Tyrrell, J.; Thomas, E. L.; Bown, M. J.; Wood, A. R.; Beaumont, R. N.; Tsoi, L. C.; Stuart, P. E.; Elder, J. T.; Law, P.; Houlston, R.; Kabrhel, C.; Papadimitriou, N.; Gunter, M. J.; Bull, C. J.; Bell, J. A.; Vincent, E. E.; Sattar, N.; Dunlop, M. G.; Tomlinson, I. P.; Bell, J. D.; Frayling, T. M.; Yaghootkar, H. (eLife Sciences Publications Ltd., 2022-01-25)
      BACKGROUND: Some individuals living with obesity may be relatively metabolically healthy, whilst others suffer from multiple conditions that may be linked to adverse metabolic effects or other factors. The extent to which ...