Differential and shared genetic effects on kidney function between diabetic and non-diabetic individuals

Thomas W. Winkler*, Humaira Rasheed, The LifeLines Cohort Study, DiscovEHR and MyCode Community Health Initiative, VA Million Veteran Program, Alexander Teumer, Mathias Gorski, Bryce X. Rowan, Kira J. Stanzick, Laurent F. Thomas, Adrienne Tin, Anselm Hoppmann, Audrey Y. Chu, Bamidele Tayo, Chris H.L. Thio, Daniele Cusi, Jin Fang Chai, Karsten B. Sieber, Katrin Horn, Man LiMarkus Scholz, Massimiliano Cocca, Matthias Wuttke, Peter J. van der Most, Qiong Yang, Sahar Ghasemi, Teresa Nutile, Yong Li, Giulia Pontali, Felix Günther, Abbas Dehghan, Adolfo Correa, Afshin Parsa, Agnese Feresin, Aiko P.J. de Vries, Alan B. Zonderman, Albert V. Smith, Albertine J. Oldehinkel, Alessandro De Grandi, Alexander R. Rosenkranz, Fernando Rivadeneira, Helena Schmidt, Janine F. Felix, M. Arfan Ikram, Maryam Kavousi, Mohsen Ghanbari, Niek Verweij, Raymond Noordam, Sanaz Sedaghat, Suzanne Vogelezang, Tien Yin Wong, Vincent W.V. Jaddoe, Ya Xing Wang

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