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Hum Hered. 2013;75(2-4):160-74. doi: 10.1159/000353181. Epub 2013 Sep 27.

Human cardiovascular disease IBC chip-wide association with weight loss and weight regain in the look AHEAD trial.

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Brancati FL, Swartz L, Cheskin L, Clark JM, Stewart K, Rubin R, Arceci J, Ball S, Charleston J, Diggins D, Johnson M, Lambert J, Michalski K, Jiggetts D, Sapun C, Bray GA, Rau K, Strate A, Greenway FL, Ryan DH, Williamson D, Armand B, Arceneaux J, Bachand A, Begnaud M, Berhard B, Caderette E, Cerniauskas B, Creel D, Crow D, Duncan C, Guay H, Johnson C, Jones L, Kora N, LaFleur K, Landry K, Lingle M, Perault J, Puckett C, Shipp M, Smith M, Tucker E, Lewis CE, Thomas S, Safford M, DiLillo V, Bragg C, Dobelstein A, Gilbert S, Glasser S, Hannum S, Hubbell A, Jones J, Lee D, Luketic R, Oden L, Raines J, Roche C, Truman J, Webb N, Azuero C, King J, Morgan A, Nathan DM, Virginia Harlan E, Hayward K, Turgeon H, Delahanty L, Anderson E, Bissett L, Goldman V, Harlan V, Michel T, Larkin M, Stevens C, Miller K, Chen J, Blumenthal K, Winning G, Tsay R, Cyr H, Pinto M, Horton ES, Jackson SD, Hamdy O, Caballero A, Bain S, Bovaird E, Fargnoli B, Spellman J, Goebel-Fabbri A, Lambert L, Ledbury S, Malloy M, Ovalle K, Blackburn G, Mantzoros C, McNamara A, Spellman K, Hill JO, Miller M, Van Dorsten B, Regensteiner J, Coelho L, Cohrs P, Green S, Hamilton A, Hamilton J, Leshchinskiy E, Munkwitz L, Rome L, Worley T, Craul K, Smith S, Pownall H, Balasubramanyam A, Jones P, Burrington M, Chen CH, Gardner AC, Gee M, Griggs S, Hamilton M, Holley V, Joseph J, Palencia J, Schmidt J, White C, Johnson KC, Gresham C, Connelly S, Brewer A, Coday M, Jones L, Lichtermann L, Vosburg S, Taylor J, Kitabchi AE, Nyenwe E, Lambeth H, Brewer A, Clark D, Crisler A, Force D, Green D, Kores R, Jeffery RW, Thorson C, Bantle JP, Redmon J, Crow RS, Crow S, Raatz SK, Brelje K, Campbell C, Carls J, Carmean-Mihm T, Devonish J, Finch E, Fox A, Hoelscher E, La Donna J, Maddy VA, Ockenden T, Rice BI, Skarphol T, Tucker AD, Voeller MS, Walcheck C, Pi-Sunyer X, Patricio J, Heshka S, Pal C, Allen L, Chong L, Gluck M, Hirsch D, Holowaty MA, Horowitz M, Rau N, Steinberg DB, Wadden TA, Maschak-Carey BJ, Berkowitz RI, Braunstein S, Foster G, Glick H, Kumanyika S, Schwartz SS, Allen M, Bell Y, Brock J, Brozena S, Carvajal R, Chomentowski H, Crerand C, Davenport R, Diamond A, Fabricatore A, Goldberg L, Hesson L, Hudak T, Iqbal N, Jones-Corneille L, Kao A, Kuehnel R, Lipschutz P, Mullen M, Jakicic JM, Kelley DE, Wesche-Thobaben J, Kuller LH, Kriska A, Otto AD, Ewing L, Korytkowski M, Edmundowicz D, Yamamoto ME, Danchenko R, Elnyczky B, Garcia DO, Grove GA, Harper PH, Harrier S, Helbling NL, Ives D, Mancino J, Mathews A, Murray TY, Ritchea JR, Urda S, Wolf DL, Wing RR, Bright R, Pera V, Jakicic J, Tate D, Gorin A, Gallagher K, Bach A, Bancroft B, Bertorelli A, Carey R, Charron T, Chenot H, Chula-Maguire K, Coward P, Cronkite L, Currin J, Daly M, Egan C, Ferguson E, Foss L, Gauvin J, Kieffer D, Lessard L, Maier D, Massaro JP, Monk T, Nicholson R, Patterson E, Phelan S, Raynor H, Raynor D, Robinson N, Robles D, Tavares J, Haffner SM, Hazuda HP, Montez M, Lorenzo C, Coleman CF, Granado D, Hathaway K, Isaac JC, Ramirez N, Saenz R, Kahn S, Montgomery B, Knopp R, Lipkin E, Trence D, Barrett T, Bartell J, Greenberg D, Murillo A, Richmond BA, Socha J, Thomas A, Wesley A, Knowler WC, Bolin P, Killean T, Manus C, Krakoff J, Curtis JM, Glass J, Michaels S, Bennett PH, Morgan T, Begay S, Bloomquist P, Costa T, Fallis B, Hermes J, Hollowbreast DF, Johnson R, Meacham M, Nelson J, Percy C, Poorthunder P, Sangster S, Scurlock N, Shovestull LA, Smiley J, Toledo K, Tomchee C, Tonemah D, Peters A, Ruelas V, Ghazarian S, Curtis SM, Hillstrom KM, Konersman K, Serafin-Dokhan S, Espeland MA, Bahnson JL, Lichtermann L, Wagenknecht E, Reboussin D, Rejeski W, Bertoni AG, Lang W, Lawlor MS, Lefkowitz D, Miller GD, Reynolds PS, Ribisl PM, Vitolins M, Chen H, West DS, Friedman LM, Craven BL, Dotson KM, Hodges A, Williams CC, Anderson A, Barnes JM, Barr M, Beavers DP, Beckner T, Davis C, Del Valle-Fagan T, Feeney PA, Goode C, Griffin J, Harvin L, Hogan P, Gaussoin SA, King M, Lane K, Neiberg RH, Walkup MP, Wall K, Windham T, Nevitt M, Schwartz A, Shepherd J, Rahorst M, Palermo L, Ewing S, Hayashi C, Maeda J, Marcovina SM, Chmielewski J, Gaur V, Soliman EZ, Prineas RJ, Campbell C, Zhang ZM, Alexander T, Keasler L, Hensley S, Li Y, Moran R, Foushee R, Hall NJ.

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Weight Control and Diabetes Research Center, Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, The Miriam Hospital and Brown Medical School, Providence, R.I., USA.

Abstract

BACKGROUND/AIMS:

The present study identified genetic predictors of weight change during behavioral weight loss treatment.

METHODS:

Participants were 3,899 overweight/obese individuals with type 2 diabetes from Look AHEAD, a randomized controlled trial to determine the effects of intensive lifestyle intervention (ILI), including weight loss and physical activity, relative to diabetes support and education, on cardiovascular outcomes. Analyses focused on associations of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) on the Illumina CARe iSelect (IBC) chip (minor allele frequency >5%; n = 31,959) with weight change at year 1 and year 4, and weight regain at year 4, among individuals who lost ≥ 3% at year 1.

RESULTS:

Two novel regions of significant chip-wide association with year-1 weight loss in ILI were identified (p < 2.96E-06). ABCB11 rs484066 was associated with 1.16 kg higher weight per minor allele at year 1, whereas TNFRSF11A, or RANK, rs17069904 was associated with 1.70 kg lower weight per allele at year 1.

CONCLUSIONS:

This study, the largest to date on genetic predictors of weight loss and regain, indicates that SNPs within ABCB11, related to bile salt transfer, and TNFRSF11A, implicated in adipose tissue physiology, predict the magnitude of weight loss during behavioral intervention. These results provide new insights into potential biological mechanisms and may ultimately inform weight loss treatment.

TRIAL REGISTRATION:

ClinicalTrials.gov NCT00017953 NCT01270763.

PMID:
24081232
PMCID:
PMC4257841
DOI:
10.1159/000353181
[Indexed for MEDLINE]
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