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Klöting, N. ; Ristow, M.* & Blüher, M.: Effects of exercise on ACE2. Obesity 28, 2266-2267 (2020)
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Mat-Husin, H. et al.: Maternal weight, weight gain and metabolism are associated with changes in fetal heart rate and variabilit. Obesity 28, 114-121 (2020)
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Nano, J. et al.: Trajectories of BMI before diagnosis of type 2 diabetes: The Rotterdam study. Obesity 28, 1149-1156 (2020)
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Nono Nankam, P.A.* et al.: Exercise training alters red blood cell fatty acid desaturase indices and adipose tissue fatty acid profile in African women with obesity. Obesity 28, 1456-1466 (2020)
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Pitchika, A. et al.: Associations of maternal diabetes during pregnancy with overweight in offspring: Results from the prospective TEDDY study. Obesity 26, 1457-1466 (2018)
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Simon, J.J.* et al.: Neural food reward processing in successful and unsuccessful weight maintenance. Obesity 26, 895-902 (2018)
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TEDDY Study Group (Beyerlein, A. ; Winkler, C. ; Ziegler, A.-G. ; Hummel, S.) et al.: Intake of energy and protein is associated with overweight risk at age 5.5 years: Results from the prospective TEDDY study. Obesity 25, 1435-1441 (2017)
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Fehlert, E. et al.: Genetic determination of body fat distribution and the attributive influence on metabolism. Obesity 25, 1277-1283 (2017)
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Kleinert, M. et al.: Emerging poly-agonists for obesity and type 2 diabetes. Obesity 25, 1647-1649 (2017)
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Menni, C.* et al.: Metabolomic profiling of long-term weight change: Role of oxidative stress and urate levels in weight gain. Obesity 25, 1618-1624 (2017)
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Herzog, B.* et al.: Socioeconomic status and anthropometric changes - a meta-analytic approach from seven German cohorts. Obesity 24, 710-718 (2016)
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Beyerlein, A. ; Kusian, D. ; Ziegler, A.-G. ; Schaffrath-Rosario, A.* & von Kries, R.*: Classification tree analyses reveal limited potential for early targeted prevention against childhood overweight. Obesity 22, 512–517 (2014)
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Ketterer, C. et al.: Polymorphism rs3123554 in CNR2 reveals gender-specific effects on body weight and affects loss of body weight and cerebral insulin action. Obesity 22, 925-931 (2014)
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Linder, K. et al.: Relationships of body composition and liver fat content with insulin resistance in obesity-matched adolescents and adults. Obesity 13, 733-748 (2014)
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Hege, M.A.* et al.: Working memory-related brain activity is associated with outcome of lifestyle intervention. Obesity 21, 2488-2494 (2013)
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Riedel, C.* et al.: Interactions of genetic and environmental risk factors with respect to body fat mass in children: Results from the ALSPAC study. Obesity 21, 1238-1242 (2013)
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Walker, C.G.* et al.: Genetic predisposition to an adverse lipid profile limits the improvement in total cholesterol in response to weight loss. Obesity 21, 2589-2595 (2013)
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Scherag, A.* et al.: SDCCAG8 obesity alleles and reduced weight loss after a lifestyle intervention in overweight children and adolescents. Obesity 20, 466-470 (2012)
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Holz, T. et al.: Markers of inflammation and weight change in middle-aged adults: Results from the prospective MONICA/KORA S3/F3 study. Obesity 18, 2347-2353 (2010)
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Sausenthaler, S. ; Rzehak, P. ; Wichmann, H.-E. & Heinrich, J.: Lack of relation between bitter taste receptor TAS2R38 and BMI in adults. Obesity 17, 937-938 (2009)