Maternal and fetal genetic contribution to gestational weight gain

N. M. Warrington, R. Richmond, B. Fenstra, R. Myhre, R. Gaillard, L. Paternoster, C. A. Wang, R. N. Beaumont, S. Das, M. Murcia, S. J. Barton, A. Espinosa, E. Thiering, M. Atalay, N. Pitkänen, I. Ntalla, A. E. Jonsson, R. Freathy, V. Karhunen, C. M.T. TieslerC. Allard, A. Crawford, S. M. Ring, M. Melbye, P. Magnus, F. Rivadeneira, L. Skotte, T. Hansen, J. Marsh, M. Guxens, J. W. Holloway, H. Grallert, V. W.V. Jaddoe, W. L. Lowe, T. Roumeliotaki, A. T. Hattersley, V. Lindi, K. Pahkala, K. Panoutsopoulou, M. Standl, C. Flexeder, L. Bouchard, E. Aagaard Nohr, L. Santa Marina, M. Kogevinas, H. Niinikoski, G. Dedoussis, J. Heinrich, R. M. Reynolds, T. Lakka, E. Zeggini, O. T. Raitakari, L. Chatzi, H. M. Inskip, M. Bustamante, M. F. Hivert, M. R. Jarvelin, T. I.A. Sørensen, C. Pennell, J. F. Felix, B. Jacobsson, F. Geller, D. M. Evans, D. A. Lawlor*

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