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

E Zimmermann, L H Ängquist, S S Mirza, J H Zhao, D I Chasman, K Fischer, Q Qi, A V Smith, Mikael Thinggaard, M N Jarczok, M A Nalls, S Trompet, N J Timpson, B Schmidt, A U Jackson, L P Lyytikäinen, N Verweij, M Mueller-Nurasyid, M Vikström, P Marques-VidalA Wong, K Meidtner, R P Middelberg, R J Strawbridge, L Christiansen, FTO-Mortality Collaborating Group, K O Kyvik, A Hamsten, T Jääskeläinen, A Tjønneland, J G Eriksson, J B Whitfield, H Boeing, R Hardy, P Vollenweider, K Leander, A Peters, P van der Harst, M Kumari, T Lehtimäki, A Meirhaeghe, J Tuomilehto, K-H Jöckel, Y Ben-Shlomo, N Sattar, S E Baumeister, G Davey Smith, J P Casas, D K Houston, W März, Kaare Christensen

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