Low vitamin B12 during pregnancy is associated with higher maternal obesity, insulin resistance (IR), and gestational diabetes mellitus. B12 is a key cofactor in one-carbon metabolism.
We hypothesize that B12 plays a role in epigenetic regulation by altering circulating microRNAs (miRs) during adipocyte differentiation and results in an adverse metabolic phenotype.
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Low vitamin B12 in pregnancy is associated with adipose-derived circulating miRs targeting PPARγ and insulin resistance
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