Insulin VNTR allele-specific effect in type 1 diabetes depends on identity of untransmitted paternal allele

Simon T. Bennett, Amanda J. Wilson, Laura Esposito, Nourdine Bouzekri, Dag E. Undlien, Francesco Cucca, Lorenza Nisticò, Raffaella Buzzetti, Emanuele Bosi, Flemming Pociot, Jørn Nerup, Anne Cambon-Thomsen, Alberto Pugliese, Julian P.H. Shield, Patricia A. McKinney, Stephen C. Bain, Constantin Polychronakos, John A. Todd, P. Pozzilli, N. VisalliM. Baroni, E. Fioriti, C. Mesturino, A. Signore, M. Cavallo, L. Lucentini, M. Matteoli, A. Crinó, C. Teodonio, R. Amoretti, A. Tombesi, M. Ruggeri, L. Pisano, C. Suraci, M. Pennafina, B. Boscherini, S. Stoduto, M. Fonte, M. Mancabitti, G. Multari, M. Suppa, G. De Mattia, M. Cassone Faldetta, O. Laurenti, G. Marietti, D. Pitocco, F. Ferrazzoli, C. Bizzarri, G. Ghirlanda

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