Four groups of type 2 diabetes contribute to the etiological and clinical heterogeneity in newly diagnosed individuals: An IMI DIRECT study

the IMI-DIRECT consortium, Agata Wesolowska-Andersen, Caroline A. Brorsson, Roberto Bizzotto, Andrea Mari, Andrea Tura, Robert Koivula, Anubha Mahajan, Ana Vinuela, Juan Fernandez Tajes, Sapna Sharma, Mark Haid, Cornelia Prehn, Anna Artati, Mun Gwan Hong, Petra B. Musholt, Azra Kurbasic, Federico De Masi, Kostas Tsirigos, Helle Krogh PedersenValborg Gudmundsdottir, Cecilia Engel Thomas, Karina Banasik, Chrisopher Jennison, Angus Jones, Gwen Kennedy, Jimmy Bell, Louise Thomas, Gary Frost, Henrik Thomsen, Kristine Allin, Tue Haldor Hansen, Henrik Vestergaard, Torben Hansen, Femke Rutters, Petra Elders, Leen t'Hart, Amelie Bonnefond, Mickaël Canouil, Soren Brage, Tarja Kokkola, Alison Heggie, Donna McEvoy, Andrew Hattersley, Timothy McDonald, Harriet Teare, Martin Ridderstrale, Mark Walker, Ian Forgie, Giuseppe N. Giordano, Philippe Froguel, Imre Pavo, Hartmut Ruetten, Oluf Pedersen, Emmanouil Dermitzakis, Paul W. Franks, Jochen M. Schwenk, Jerzy Adamski, Ewan Pearson*, Mark I. McCarthy*, Søren Brunak*

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