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Borg, Alexander N.

Cardiovascular aspects in the diagnosis and management of Turner’s syndrome

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Brabant, Ernst G.

Cardiovascular aspects in the diagnosis and management of Turner’s syndrome

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Breslavsky, Ana

The effect of vitamin D supplementation on plasma leptin/adiponectin ratio in diabetic individuals with different haptoglobin phenotypes

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Castillo, Ricardo

QTc prolongation and ventricular premature complexes secondary to insulin-induced hypoglycemia in a diabetic patient

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Cobelens, Hanneke E.

Acute enzymatic glycocalyx degradation results in reduced insulin sensitivity but normal glucose tolerance in conscious rats

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Eskens, Bart J.M.

Acute enzymatic glycocalyx degradation results in reduced insulin sensitivity but normal glucose tolerance in conscious rats

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Hamer, Mark

Blunted neuroendocrine responses linking depressive symptoms and ECG-left ventricular hypertrophy in black Africans: the SABPA study

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Harvey, Brian H.

Blunted neuroendocrine responses linking depressive symptoms and ECG-left ventricular hypertrophy in black Africans: the SABPA study

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Malan, Leoné

Blunted neuroendocrine responses linking depressive symptoms and ECG-left ventricular hypertrophy in black Africans: the SABPA study

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Mashele, Nyiko

Blunted neuroendocrine responses linking depressive symptoms and ECG-left ventricular hypertrophy in black Africans: the SABPA study

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Matas, Zipora

The effect of vitamin D supplementation on plasma leptin/adiponectin ratio in diabetic individuals with different haptoglobin phenotypes

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Monya-Tambi, Innocent

QTc prolongation and ventricular premature complexes secondary to insulin-induced hypoglycemia in a diabetic patient

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Oz, Hadar

The effect of vitamin D supplementation on plasma leptin/adiponectin ratio in diabetic individuals with different haptoglobin phenotypes

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Potgieter, Johan C.

Blunted neuroendocrine responses linking depressive symptoms and ECG-left ventricular hypertrophy in black Africans: the SABPA study

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Schmitt, Matthias

Cardiovascular aspects in the diagnosis and management of Turner’s syndrome

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Shargorodsky, Marina

The effect of vitamin D supplementation on plasma leptin/adiponectin ratio in diabetic individuals with different haptoglobin phenotypes

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Syed, Asma

QTc prolongation and ventricular premature complexes secondary to insulin-induced hypoglycemia in a diabetic patient

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Van Rooyen, Johannes M.

Blunted neuroendocrine responses linking depressive symptoms and ECG-left ventricular hypertrophy in black Africans: the SABPA study

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VanTeeffelen, Jurgen W.G.E.

Acute enzymatic glycocalyx degradation results in reduced insulin sensitivity but normal glucose tolerance in conscious rats

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Vink, Hans

Acute enzymatic glycocalyx degradation results in reduced insulin sensitivity but normal glucose tolerance in conscious rats

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