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    • Interactions of dietary whole-grain intake with fasting glucose- and insulin-related genetic loci in individuals of European descent: a meta-analysis of 14 cohort studies 

      Nettleton JA; McKeown NM; Kanoni S; Lemaitre RN; Hivert MF; Ngwa J; van Rooij FJ; Sonestedt E; Wojczynski MK; Ye Z; Tanaka T; Garcia M; Anderson JS; Follis JL; Djousse L; Mukamal K; Papoutsakis C; Mozaffarian D; Zillikens MC; Bandinelli S; Bennett AJ; Borecki IB; Feitosa MF; Ferrucci L; Forouhi NG; Groves CJ; Hallmans G; Harris T; Hofman A; Houston DK; Hu FB; Johansson I; Kritchevsky SB; Langenberg C; Launer L; Liu Y; Loos RJ; Nalls M; Orho-Melander M; Renstrom F; Rice K; Riserus U; Rolandsson O; Rotter JI; Saylor G; Sijbrands EJ; Sjogren P; Smith A; Steingrímsdóttir L; Uitterlinden AG; Wareham NJ; Prokopenko I; Pankow JS; van Duijn CM; Florez JC; Witteman JC; MAGIC Investigators; Dupuis J; Dedoussis GV; Ordovas JM; Ingelsson E; Cupples L; Siscovick DS; Franks PW; Meigs JB (2010)
      OBJECTIVE: Whole-grain foods are touted for multiple health benefits, including enhancing insulin sensitivity and reducing type 2 diabetes risk. Recent genome-wide association studies (GWAS) have identified several single ...