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Olga, L. (author), van Diepen, J.A. (author), Bobeldijk-Pastorova, I. (author), Gross, G. (author), Prentice, S.M. (author), Snowden, S.G. (author), Furse, S. (author), Kooistra, T. (author), Hughes, I.A. (author), Schoemaker, M.H. (author), van Tol, E.A.F. (author), van Duyvenvoorde, W. (author), Wielinga, P.Y. (author), Ong, K.K. (author), Dunger, D.B. (author), Kleemann, R. (author), Koulman, A. (author)
Background: Altered lipid metabolism in early life has been associated with subsequent weight gain and predicting this could aid in obesity prevention and risk management. Here, a lipidomic approach was used to identify circulating markers for future obesity risk in translational murine models and validate in a human infant cohort. Methods:...
article 2021
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Castanys-Muñoz, E. (author), Kennedy, K. (author), Castañeda-Gutiérrez, E. (author), Forsyth, S. (author), Godfrey, K.M. (author), Koletzko, B. (author), Ozanne, S.E. (author), Rueda, R. (author), Schoemaker, M. (author), van der Beek, E.M. (author), van Buuren, S. (author), Ong, K.K. (author)
We systematically reviewed papers published in English between 1994 and October 2015 on how postnatal weight gain and growth affects neurodevelopment and metabolic outcomes in term-born small for gestational age (SGA) infants. Two randomised trials reported that enriched infant formulas that promoted early growth also increased fat mass, lean...
article 2017
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Ong, K.K. (author), Kennedy, K. (author), Castañeda-Gutiérrez, E. (author), Forsyth, S. (author), Godfrey, K.M. (author), Koletzko, B. (author), Latulippe, M.E. (author), Ozanne, S.E. (author), Rueda, R. (author), Schoemaker, M. (author), van der Beek, E.M. (author), van Buuren, S. (author), Fewtrell, M. (author)
In preterm infants, poor postnatal growth is associated with adverse neurocognitive outcomes; conversely, rapid postnatal growth is supposedly harmful for future development of metabolic diseases. CONCLUSION: In this systematic review, observational studies reported consistent positive associations between postnatal weight or head growth and...
article 2015