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Supplementary Table 1 The relationship between the identified adiponectin gene variants and baseline characteristics in NPHSII

Supplementary Table 2 The association of adiponectin genotypes with prospective risk of type 2 diabetes by obesity (BMI>30Kg/m2) in NPHSII

Supplementary Table 3A The relationship between the identified adiponectin gene variants and obesity and insulin resistance markers in the north of Europe sample in the HIFMECH study.

Supplementary Table 3B The relationship between the identified adiponectin gene variants and obesity and insulin resistance markers in the South of Europe sample in the HIFMECH study.

Supplementary Table 4 Adiponectin haplotypes in controls the North and South of Europe in the HIFMECH study with a comparison of their frequencies in haplotypes with frequency greater than 1%.

Supplementary Table 5 The relationship between adiponectin haplotypes and Waist hip ratio, cholesterol, triglycerides, insulin, BMI and CAD risk in the HIFMECH study. Results are expressed as haplotypic mean [95%CI], that is the value of the phenotype associated with one copy of the haplotype.

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