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Response to Comment on Sprouse et al. SLC30A8 Nonsynonymous Variant Is Associated With Recovery Following Exercise and Skeletal Muscle Size and Strength. Diabetes 2014;63:363–368

The authors wish to thank Dr. Weijers (1) for his insightful comments on our article (2). Dr. Weijers is correct that most genetic variants identified using genome-wide association studies (GWAS) are not yet currentlyused in clinical practice to predi ...

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Comment on Sprouse et al. SLC30A8 Nonsynonymous Variant Is Associated With Recovery Following Exercise and Skeletal Muscle Size and Strength. Diabetes 2014;63:363–368

In the January issue of Diabetes, Sprouse et al. (1) reported on the association of the SLC30A8 nonsynonymous variant with recovery following exercise and skeletal muscle size and strength. The limitations discussed inthe article need additional infor ...

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Response to Comment on Laker et al. Exercise Prevents Maternal High-Fat Diet–Induced Hypermethylation of the Pgc-1α Gene and Age-Dependent Metabolic Dysfunction in the Offspring. Diabetes 2014;63:1605−1611

The letter by Cedernaes and Benedict (1) commenting on our article in this issue of Diabetes (2) raised some very interesting points and valuable insights that, in future studies, will further our understanding of parent-offspringtransmission of disea ...

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Comment on Laker et al. Exercise Prevents Maternal High-Fat Diet–Induced Hypermethylation of the Pgc-1α Gene and Age-Dependent Metabolic Dysfunction in the Offspring. Diabetes 2014;63:1605−1611

With great interest, we read the excellent study by Laker et al. (1) in this issue of Diabetes. The authors showed that exercise in mice on a high-fat diet, corresponding to “an unhealthy maternal lifestyle” scenario,can counteract the negative effect ...

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