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    Bull, Caroline J.; Bell, Joshua A.; Murphy, Neil; Sanderson, Eleanor; Smith, George Davey; Timpson, Nicholas J.; Banbury, Barbara L.; Albanes, Demetrius; Berndt, Sonja I.; Bézieau, Stéphane; +68 more
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    Project: NIH | GWAS Identified Colorecta... (5R03CA153323-02), NIH | MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY OF... (5R01CA081488-05), NIH | Multiethnic Cohort Study ... (5R37CA054281-13), NIH | Metabolomic Strategies fo... (5R01CA207371-02), NIH | Administrative Core and E... (5P30DK034987-28), NHMRC | Risk factors for molecula... (509348), NHMRC | Epidemiology of Chronic D... (209057), UKRI | Mendelian randomization t... (MC_UU_00011/1), NIH | SOUTHWEST ONCOLOGY GROUP ... (2U10CA037429-04), NIH | Cancer Survivorship: Decr... (1K05CA152715-01),...

    Additional file 1: Table S1. Genetic variants used to instrument BMI, WHR and metabolites. Table S2. Assesment of instrument strength. Table S3. Colorectal cancer case distributions by study, sex and site. Table S4. LogOR colorectal cancer per SD higher BMI or WHR. Table S5. Beta change in NMR-detected metabolite per SD higher BMI or WHR. Table S6. LogOR colorectal cancer per SD higher BMI or WHR-driven NMR-detected metabolite. Table S7. Risk of overall colorectal cancer per SD higher adipose or metabolite trait, estimated using multivariable Mendelian randomization. Table S8. Posthoc investigations.

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  • Open Access
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    Bull, Caroline J.; Bell, Joshua A.; Murphy, Neil; Sanderson, Eleanor; Smith, George Davey; Timpson, Nicholas J.; Banbury, Barbara L.; Albanes, Demetrius; Berndt, Sonja I.; Bézieau, Stéphane; +68 more
    Publisher: figshare
    Project: NIH | GWAS Identified Colorecta... (5R03CA153323-02), NIH | MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY OF... (5R01CA081488-05), NIH | Multiethnic Cohort Study ... (5R37CA054281-13), NIH | Metabolomic Strategies fo... (5R01CA207371-02), NIH | Administrative Core and E... (5P30DK034987-28), NHMRC | Risk factors for molecula... (509348), NHMRC | Epidemiology of Chronic D... (209057), UKRI | Mendelian randomization t... (MC_UU_00011/1), NIH | SOUTHWEST ONCOLOGY GROUP ... (2U10CA037429-04), NIH | Cancer Survivorship: Decr... (1K05CA152715-01),...

    Additional file 1: Table S1. Genetic variants used to instrument BMI, WHR and metabolites. Table S2. Assesment of instrument strength. Table S3. Colorectal cancer case distributions by study, sex and site. Table S4. LogOR colorectal cancer per SD higher BMI or WHR. Table S5. Beta change in NMR-detected metabolite per SD higher BMI or WHR. Table S6. LogOR colorectal cancer per SD higher BMI or WHR-driven NMR-detected metabolite. Table S7. Risk of overall colorectal cancer per SD higher adipose or metabolite trait, estimated using multivariable Mendelian randomization. Table S8. Posthoc investigations.