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    • NFAT5 and SLC4A10 Loci Associate with Plasma Osmolality 

      Böger CA; Gorski M; McMahon GM; Xu H; Chang YC; van der Most PJ; Navis G; Nolte IM; de Borst MH; Zhang W; Lehne B; Loh M; Tan ST; Boerwinkle E; Grams ME; Sekula P; Li M; Wilmot B; Moon JG; Scheet P; Cucca F; Xiao X; Lyytikäinen LP; Delgado G; Grammer TB; Kleber ME; Sedaghat S; Rivadeneira F; Corre T; Kutalik Z; Bergmann S; Nielson CM; Srikanth P; Teumer A; Müller-Nurasyid M; Brockhaus AC; Pfeufer A; Rathmann W; Peters A; Matsumoto M; de Andrade M; Atkinson EJ; Robinson-Cohen C; de Boer IH; Hwang SJ; Heid IM; Gögele M; Concas MP; Tanaka T; Bandinelli S; Nalls MA; Singleton A; Tajuddin SM; Adeyemo A; Zhou J; Doumatey A; McWeeney S; Murabito J; Franceschini N; Flessner M; Shlipak M; Wilson JG; Chen G; Rotimi CN; Zonderman AB; Evans MK; Ferrucci L; Devuyst O; Pirastu M; Shuldiner A; Hicks AA; Pramstaller PP; Kestenbaum B; Kardia SL; Turner ST; Study LC; Briske TE; Gieger C; Strauch K; Meisinger C; Meitinger T; Völker U; Nauck M; Völzke H; Vollenweider P; Bochud M; Waeber G; Kähönen M; Lehtimäki T; März W; Dehghan A; Franco OH; Uitterlinden AG; Hofman A; Taylor HA; Chambers JC; Kooner JS; Fox CS; Hitzemann R; Orwoll ES; Pattaro C; Schlessinger D; Köttgen A; Snieder H; Parsa A; Cohen DM (2017)
      Disorders of water balance, an excess or deficit of total body water relative to body electrolyte content, are common and ascertained by plasma hypo- or hypernatremia, respectively. We performed a two-stage genome-wide ...