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Humans spend the greater part of the day in a postprandial state. However, the genetic basis of postprandial blood measures is relatively uncharted territory. We set out to examine the genetics of variation in concentrations of postprandial metabolites (t=150 min) in response to a liquid mixed meal through genome-wide association studies (GWAS) performed in the Netherlands Epidemiology of Obesity study (N=5,705). The metabolite response GWAS identified an association between glucose change anddoi:10.2337/figshare.16699690.v1 fatcat:lnh3sdmjwrayvn5g4kcalxx3iu