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Böhm, A. et al.: Metabolic signatures of cultured human adipocytes from metabolically healthy versus unhealthy obese individuals. PLoS ONE 9:e93148 (2014)
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Breier, M. et al.: Targeted metabolomics identifies reliable and stable metabolites in human serum and plasma samples. PLoS ONE 9:e89728 (2014)
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Floegel, A.* et al.: Linking diet, physical activity, cardiorespiratory fitness and obesity to serum metabolite networks: Findings from a population-based study. Int. J. Obes. 38, 1388-1396 (2014)
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Hotze, M.* et al.: Increased efficacy of omalizumab in atopic dermatitis patients with wild-type filaggrin status and higher serum levels of phosphatidycholines. Allergy 69, 132-135 (2014)
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Jacobs, S.* et al.: Evaluation of various biomarkers as potential mediators of the association between coffee consumption and incident type 2 diabetes in the EPIC-Potsdam study. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 100, 891-900 (2014)
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Jourdan, C. et al.: Associations between thyroid hormones and serum metabolite profiles in an euthyroid population. Catal. Lett. 10, 152-164 (2014)
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Kraus, P.* et al.: Pleiotropic functions for transcription factor Zscan10. PLoS ONE 9:e104568 (2014)
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Kretschmer, A. et al.: A common atopy-associated variant in the TH2 cytokine locus control region impacts transcriptional regulation and alters SMAD3 and SP1 binding. Allergy 69, 632-642 (2014)
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Kretschmer, A. et al.: A common atopy-associated variant in the Th2 cytokine locus control region impacts transcriptional regulation and alters SMAD3 and SP1 binding. Exp. Dermatol. 23, E22 (2014)
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Kretschmer, A. et al.: A common atopy-associated variant in the Th2 cytokine locus control region impacts transcriptional regulation and alters SMAD3 and SP1 binding. J. Invest. Dermatol. 134, S55 (2014)
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Mathew, S.* et al.: Metabolomics of Ramadan fasting: An opportunity for the controlled study of physiological responses to food intake. J. Transl. Med. 12:161 (2014)
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Mook-Kanamori, D.O.* et al.: Increased amino acids levels and the risk of developing hypertriglyceridemia in a 7-year follow-up. J. Endocrinol. Invest. 37, 369-374 (2014)
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Mullen, W.* ; Saigusa, D.* ; Abe, T.* ; Adamski, J. & Mischak, H.*: Proteomics and metabolomics as tools to unravel novel culprits and mechanisms of uremic toxicity: Instrument or hype? Semin. Nephrol. 34, 180-190 (2014)
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Petersen, A.-K. et al.: Epigenetics meets metabolomics: An epigenome-wide association study with blood serum metabolic traits. Hum. Mol. Genet. 23, 534-545 (2014)
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Ried, J.S. et al.: Novel genetic associations with serum level metabolites identified by phenotype set enrichment analyses. Hum. Mol. Genet. 23, 5847-5857 (2014)
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Schäfer, N.* et al.: Changes in metabolite profiles caused by genetically determined obesity in mice. Catal. Lett. 10, 461-472 (2014)
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Shin, S.-Y.* et al.: Interrogating causal pathways linking genetic variants, small molecule metabolites and circulating lipids. Genome Med. 6:25 (2014)
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Sinreih, M.* ; Anko, M.* ; Zukunft, S. ; Adamski, J. & Lanisnik Rizner, T.*: Important roles of the AKR1C2 and SRD5A1 enzymes in progesterone metabolism in endometrial cancer model cell lines. Chem. Biol. Interact. 234, 297-308 (2014)
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Wahl, S. et al.: Comparative analysis of plasma metabolomics response to metabolic challenge tests in healthy subjects and influence of the FTO obesity risk allele. Catal. Lett. 10, 386-401 (2014)
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Wientzek, A.* et al.: Serum metabolites related to cardiorespiratory fitness, physical activity energy expenditure, sedentary time and vigorous activity. Int. J. Sport Nutr. Exerc. Metab. 24, 215-226 (2014)