Association between Serum Elaidic Acid Concentration and Insulin Resistance in Two Japanese Cohorts with Different Lifestyles

Abstract

AIM Many cohort studies have shown that increased trans fatty acid (TFA) intake increases the risk of developing coronary heart disease. However, whether TFA intake is directly associated with the development of diabetes mellitus (DM) remains unknown. METHODS We performed the 75-g oral glucose tolerance test in two Japanese cohorts: a cohort of 454 native… (More)
DOI: 10.5551/jat.39164

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@inproceedings{Itcho2017AssociationBS, title={Association between Serum Elaidic Acid Concentration and Insulin Resistance in Two Japanese Cohorts with Different Lifestyles}, author={Kiyotaka Itcho and Yoko Yoshii and Haruya Ohno and Kenji Oki and Masakazu Shinohara and Yasuhiro Irino and Ryuji Toh and Tatsuro Ishida and Ken-ichi Hirata and Masayasu Yoneda}, booktitle={Journal of atherosclerosis and thrombosis}, year={2017} }