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Figure S1. Analysis sample, derived from The National Longitudinal Study of Adolescence Wave II Respondents with DNA.

Table S1. Model results for the main effects of ST in association with age- and sex-specific BMI Z-scores, in adolescents combined and by race/ethnicity.

Table S2a. Interaction model results between each SNP and screen time (ST) with age- and sex-specific BMI Z-scores in 4788 Add Health adolescents (mean age 16.3 years) of self-reported European race.

Table S2b. Interaction model results between each SNP and screen time (ST) with age- and sex-specific BMI Z-scores in 1612 Add Health adolescents (mean age 16.4 years) of self-reported African race.

Table S2c. Interaction model results between each SNP and screen time (ST) with age- and sex-specific BMI Z-scores in 1242 Add Health adolescents (mean age 16.6 years) of self-reported Hispanic ethnicity.

Table S3. Interaction model results between each SNP and screen time (ST) with BMI in the meta-analysed combined Add Health Adolescent cohort (mean age 16.4 years).

Table S4. Main effect of each SNP with age- and sex-specific BMI Z scores adjusted for screen time (ST) by race/ethnicity in Add Health Adolescent cohort (mean age 16.4 years).

Table S5a. Interaction model results between each SNP and screen time (ST) with age- and sex-specific BMI Z-scores from measured height and weight in 4788 Add Health adolescents (mean age 16.3 years) of self-reported European race.

Table S5b. Interaction model results between each SNP and screen time (ST) with age- and sex-specific BMI Z-scores from measured height and weight in 1612 Add Health adolescents (mean age 16.4 years) of self-reported African race.

Table S5c. Interaction model results between each SNP and screen time (ST) with age- and sex-specific BMI Z-scores from measured height and weight in 1242 Add Health adolescents (mean age 16.6 years) of self-reported Hispanic ethnicity.

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