CONSULTA DE PUBLICACIONES DEL CEDAC

Desde su inicio, el CEDAC ha realizado publicaciones de gran trascendencia en distintas revistas de investigación científica de alto impacto.

En este espacio usted puede consultar un listado de los artículos publicados, disponibles para su descarga en PDF. Para ver el formato de citas dé clic en el año de publicación de su interés.

Año de publicación y publicaciones disponibles:

  • 1992
    • Prevalencia de diabetes mellitus e intolerancia a la glucosa en una población urbana de nivel económico bajo. [ver PDF]
    • Genetic and enviromental determinants of type 2 diabetes in Mexico City and San Antonio. [ver PDF]

 

  • 1993
    • Performance of semiquantitative food frecuency questionnaires in international comparisons: Mexico City VS San Antonio. [ver PDF]
    • La obesidad como factor de riesgo cardiovascular en México. Estudio en población abierta. [Ver PDF]
    • Niveles de lípidos sanguíneos en población abierta urbana: Patrón de riesgo aterogénico elevado. [Ver PDF]
    • Is microalbuminuria part of prediabetic state? The Mexico City Diabetes Study. [Ver PDF]

 

  • 1994
    • Clinical characteristics of type 2 diabetic subjects consumming high vs low carbohydrate diets in Mexico City and San Antonio, Texas. [Ver PDF]
    • Prevalence and detection of hypertension in Mexico. [Ver PDF]
    • Diabetic retinopathy in Mexico. Prevalence and clinical characteristics. [Ver PDF]
    • The level of control in low income Mexico City diabetics. The Mexico City Diabetes Study. [Ver PDF]
    • Consumo de tabaco en población abierta de la Ciudad de México [Ver PDF
    • Prevalence of hypertension in Mexico City and San Antonio, Texas [Ver PDF]
    • Utilización de servicios hospitalarios por diabéticos: estudio en población abierta [Ver PDF]

 

  • 1995
    • Relationship between physical activity. Insulin levels and lipids in non-diabetic low income residents of Mexico City. [Ver PDF]
    • Myocardial infarction and cardiovascular risk factors in Mexico City and San Antonio, Texas. [Ver PDF]
    • Myocardial infarction in a low income area of Mexico City prevalence and clinical characteristics. [Ver PDF]
    • Carotid artery Aterosclerosis in a population with high carbohydrate intake of Mexico City. [Ver PDF]
    • The insulin resistance syndrome in Mexico prevalence and clinical characteristics: A population based study. [Ver PDF]
    • Low density lipoprotein size and subclass pattern in Mexico City residents and San Antonio Mexican Americans. [Ver PDF]
    • Differential impact of obesity in related population. [Ver PDF]
    • Racial admixture in a mestizo population from Mexico City [Ver PDF]
    • Concordance in diagnosis of diabetic retinopathy by fundus photography between retina specialists and a standardized reading center. Mexico City Diabetes Study Retinopathy Group [Ver PDF]

 

  • 1996
    • Undiagnosed hipercolesterolemia. A serious health challenge. The Mexico City Diabetes Study. [Ver PDF]
    • Prevalence gallblader disease and associates clinical variables in a low income population of Mexico City. [Ver PDF]
    • Genetic basis of variation in carotid artery wall thickness. [Ver PDF]
    • Ultrasonographically assessed maximum carotid artery wall thickness associated with diabetes and other cardiovascular risk factors in populations of Mexican origin. [Ver PDF]
    • A prospective analysis of the HOMA model: The Mexico City Diabetes Study. [Ver PDF]
    • Concordance between specialist and preferred practice in treatment and follow-up criteria for diabetic retinopathy. [Ver PDF]
    • Nephropathy in low income diabetics. The Mexico City Diabetes Study. [Ver PDF]
    • Factores de riesgo cardiovascular en la Ciudad de México. Estudio en población abierta. [Ver PDF]

 

  • 1997
    • A diabetic retinopathy screening program as a strategy for blindness prevention. [Ver PDF]
    • Moderate-to-severe diabetic retinopathy is more prevalent in Mexico City than San Antonio Texas. [Ver PDF]
    • Total immunoreactive proinsulin, immunoreactive insulin and specific insulin in relation to conversion to NIDDM: The MExico City Diabetes Study. [Ver PDF]
    • High prevalence of cholelitiasis in income Mexican population an ultrasonographic survey. [Ver PDF]

 

  • 1998
    • Leptin concentrations do not predict weight gain: The Mexico City Diabetes Study. [Ver PDF]
    • Prevalence of hypertension in Mexican population according to the six report of the Joint National Committee on Prevention Detection Evaluation and Treatment of High Blood Pressure. [Ver PDF]

 

  • 1999
    • The Mexico City Diabetes Study. A population-based approach to the study of genetic and environmental interactions in the pathogenesis of obesity and diabetes. [Ver PDF]
    • Incidencia y progresión de la retinopatía diabética en población de nivel socioeconómico bajo de la Ciudad de México. [Ver PDF]
  • 2000
    • Hernández AM, González-Villalpando C, Palazuelos E, Hu H, González Villalpando ME, Rivera MD. Determinants of blood lead levels across the menopausal transition. Archives of Environmental Health. 2000;55(5):355-360. [Ver PDF]
  • 2001
    • Elevated incidence of type 2 diabetes in San Antonio, Texas compared to Mexico City. [Ver PDF]
    • Was the historic contributions of Spain to the Mexican gene pool partially responsible for the higher prevalence of type 2 diabetes in Mexican-origin populations? [Ver PDF]
  • 2002
    • Prevalence of hypertension hispanic and non-hispanic white populations. [Ver PDF]
    • Prospective study of C-reactive protein in relation to the development of diabetes and metabolic syndrome in The Mexico City Diabetes Study. [Ver PDF]
  • 2003
    • Elevated carotid artery intima-media thickness levels in individuals who subsequently develop type 2 diabetes. [Ver PDF]
    • The seven year incidence and progression of obesity characterization of the body fat pattern evolution in low income urban population of Mexico City. [Ver PDF]
    • Prediction of type 2 diabetes (DM) using simple measures of insulin resistance, combined results from the San Antonio Heart Study (SAHS) the Mexico City Diabetes (MCDS), and the insulin resistance atheroclerosis Study (IRAS). [Ver PDF]
    • Association between pholymorphisms of the atrial natriuretic peptide gene and proteinuria: A population-based study. [Ver PDF]
  • 2004
    • Mode of onset of type 2 from normal of impaired glucose tolerance. [Ver PDF]
    • Using metabolic syndrome traits for efficient detection of impaired glucose tolerance. [Ver PDF]
    • Does the metabolic syndrome improve identification individuals at risk or type 2 diabetes and/or cardiovascular disease? [Ver PDF]
    • Secular trends in obesity in Mexico City and San Antonio. [Ver PDF]
  • 2005
    • Microalbuminoria as a predictor of myocardial infarction in a Mexican population: The Mexico City Diabetes Study. [Ver PDF]
    • Liver enzymes, the metabolic syndrome and incident diabetes. The Mexico City Diabetes Study. [Ver PDF]
    • Lower hypertension in Mexico City than in San Antonio. [Ver PDF]
    • The prevalence of the metabolic syndrome did not increase in Mexico City between 1990-1992 and 1997-1999 despite more central obesity. [Ver PDF]
  • 2006
    • Design and validations of a population based definition of the metabolic syndrome. [Ver PDF]
    • Geographic variations of the International Diabetes Federation and The National Cholesterol Education Program-adult treatment panel III definitions of the metabolic syndrome in non diabetic subjects. [Ver PDF]
    • Polymorphism of the 3′-untranslated region of the leptin receptor gene, but not the adiponectin SNP45 polymorphism, predicts type 2 diabetes: a population-based study. [Ver PDF]
  • 2007
    • Wich obesity index best explains prevalence differences in type 2 diabetes mellitus? [Ver PDF
    • Is waist circumferences as essential component of the metabolic syndrome? [Ver PDF]
    • Carotid intima-media thickness in confirmed pre-hypertension subjects predictor and progression. [Ver PDF]
    • Risk of progression to hypertension in a low-income Mexican population with pre-hypertension normal blood pressure. [Ver PDF]
  • 2009
    • Plasma glucose levels as predictors of diabetes: The Mexico City Diabetes Study. [Ver PDF]
    • Applicability of Framingham risk equations for studying low income Mexican population. [Ver PDF]
    • Incidence of myocardial infarction in low income urban residents of Mexico City. [Ver PDF]
  • 2010
    • The status of diabetes care in Mexican population: Are we making a difference? Results of the National Health and Nutrition Survey 2006. [Ver PDF]
    • And now what? Time for daring innovation. [Ver PDF]
  • 2011
    • Diabetes is more lethal in mexicans compared to non hispanic whites. [Ver PDF]
  • 2012
    • Associations between subrrogate measures of insulin resistance and waist circumference, cardiovascular risk ant the metabolic syndrome across hispanic and non-hispanic white population. [Ver PDF]
  • 2013
    • Sweetened beverages intake, hiperuricemia and metabolic syndrome. The Mexico City Diabetes Study. [Ver PDF]
  • 2014
    • Sequence variants in SLC16A11 are common risk factors for type 2 diabetes in Mexico. [Ver PDF]
    • Risk factors associated to diabetes in Mexican population and phenotype of the individuals who will convert to diabetes. [Ver PDF]
    • Incidence of type 2 diabetes in Mexico. Results of the Mexico City Diabetes Study after 18 years of follow-up. [Ver PDF]
    • Association of a low-frequency variant in HNF1A with Type 2 diabetes in a Latino population. Slim initiative for genomic medicine. [Ver PDF]
    • Rare variants in PPARG with decreased activity in adpocyte differentiation are associated with increased risk of type 2 diabetes. [VER PDF]
  • 2015
    • Genetic variants associated with quantitative glucose homeostasis traits translate to type 2 diabetes in Mexican Americans: The GUARDIAN (Genetics underlying diabetes in Hispanics). Consortium. [VER PDF]
  • 2016
    • Genome-wide association study of colorectal cancer in hispanics. [Ver PDF]
    • Analysis of protein-coding genetic variation in 60,706 humans and supplementary information. [Ver PDF]
  • 2017
    • Novel colon cancer susceptibility variants identified from a genome-wide association study in African Americans. [Ver PDF]
    • Type 2 Diabetes Variants Disrupt Function of SLC16A11 through Two Distinct Mechanisms. [Ver PDF]
    • Comparison of relationships between four common anthropometric measures and incident diabetes. [Ver PDF]
    • A Genome-Wide association study using a custom genotyping array identifies variants in GPR158 associated with reduced energy expenditure in American Indians. [Ver PDF]
    • Diabetic by HbA1c, normal by OGTT: A frequent finding in the Mexico City Diabetes Study. [Ver PDF]
    • A loss-of-function splice acceptor variant in IGF2 is protective for type 2 diabetes. [Ver PDF]
    • Multiethnic polygenic risk scores improve risk prediction in diverse populations. Genet Epidemiol. [Ver PDF]
  • 2018
    • Hypertension and Diabetes Mellitus: Coprediction and Time Trajectories. Hypertension. [Ver PDF]
    • Occupational and leisure time physical inactivity and the risk of type II diabetes and hypertension among Mexican adults: A prospective cohort study. [Ver PDF]
    • Mexican Carriers of the HNF1A p.E508K Variant Do Not Experience an Enhanced Response to Sulfonylureas. [Ver PDF]
  • 2019
    • Novel Common Genetic Susceptibility Loci for Colorectal Cancer. [VER PDF]
    • PAIRUP-MS: Pathway analysis and imputation to relate unknowns in profiles from mass spectrometry-based metabolite data. [Ver PDF]
    • Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid Desaturation Is a Mechanism for Glycolytic NAD+ Recycling. [Ver PDF]
    • Exome sequencing of 20,791 cases of type 2 diabetes and 24,440 controls. [Ver PDF]
    • Using metabolite profiling to construct and validate a metabolite risk score for predicting future weight gain [Ver PDF]

 

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