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Peters U.  0.  Generalization and fine mapping of previously identified anthropometric trait loci to multi-ethnic populations and Metabochip-wide analysis: The PAGE Study.
Pankow JS.  0.  Generalization and fine mapping of previously identified insulin and glucose loci to multi-ethnic populations and Metabochip-wide analysis: The PAGE Study.
Kershaw KN.  0.  Generation status, length of residence in the U.S., and low cardiovascular risk among Hispanics/Latinos: Results from HCHS/SOL.
Qi Q, Gogarten SM, Emery LS, Louie T, Stilp A, Cai J, Schneiderman N, M Avilés-Santa L, Kaplan RC, North KE et al..  2016.  Genetic variation near IRS1 is associated with adiposity and a favorable metabolic profile in U.S. Hispanics/Latinos.. Obesity (Silver Spring). 24(11):2407-2413.
Justice AE, Young K, Gogarten SM, Sofer T, Graff M, Love SAnn M, Wang Y, Klimentidis YC, Cruz M, Guo X et al..  2021.  Genome-wide association study of body fat distribution traits in Hispanics/Latinos from the HCHS/SOL.. Hum Mol Genet. 30(22):2190-2204.
Perera MJ, Reina SA, Elfassy T, Potter JNE, Alvarez DSotres, Simon MA, Isasi CR, Stuebe AM, Schneiderman N, Llabre MM.  2019.  Gestational diabetes and cardiovascular risk factors and disease in U.S. Hispanics/Latinas in the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos (HCHS/SOL).. Women Health. 59(5):481-495.
Fortmann AL, Roesch SC, Penedo FJ, Isasi CR, Carnethon MR, Corsino L, Schneiderman N, Daviglus ML, Teng Y, Giachello A et al..  2015.  Glycemic control among U.S. Hispanics/Latinos with diabetes from the HCHS/SOL Sociocultural Ancillary Study: do structural and functional social support play a role? J Behav Med. 38(1):153-9.
Kaplan RC, Wang Z, Usyk M, Sotres-Alvarez D, Daviglus ML, Schneiderman N, Talavera GA, Gellman MD, Thyagarajan B, Moon J-Y et al..  2019.  Gut microbiome composition in the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos is shaped by geographic relocation, environmental factors, and obesity.. Genome Biol. 20(1):219.

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