Articles by Thomas B. Clarkson

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Gene expression signatures differ with extent of atherosclerosis in monkey iliac artery

Eyster, Kathleen M.; Appt, Susan E.; Mark-Kappeler, Connie J.; More

Menopause. 18(10):1087-1095, October 2011.

Identification of a mechanism for increased cardiovascular risk among individuals with low vitamin D concentrations

Schnatz, Peter F.; Nudy, Matthew; O'Sullivan, David M.; More

Menopause. 18(9):994-1000, September 2011.

The role of soy isoflavones in menopausal health: report of The North American Menopause Society/Wulf H. Utian Translational Science Symposium in Chicago, IL (October 2010)

Clarkson, Thomas B.; Utian, Wulf H.; Barnes, Stephen; More

Menopause. 18(7):732-753, July 2011.

The effect of diet and cardiovascular risk on ovarian aging in cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis)

Appt, Susan E.; Chen, Haiying; Goode, Amanda K.; More

Menopause. 17(4):741-748, July 2010.

Serum antimüllerian hormone predicts ovarian reserve in a monkey model

Appt, Susan E.; Clarkson, Thomas B.; Chen, Haiying; More

Menopause. 16(3):597-601, May-June 2009.

Comparative effects of oral conjugated equine estrogens and micronized 17β-estradiol on breast proliferation: a retrospective analysis

Wood, Charles E.; Clarkson, Thomas B.; Chen, Haiying; More

Menopause. 15(5):978-983, September 2008.

Plasma lipid-dependent and -independent effects of dietary soy protein and social status on atherogenesis in premenopausal monkeys: implications for postmenopausal atherosclerosis ...

Walker, Sara E.; Register, Thomas C.; Appt, Susan E.; More

Menopause. 15(5):950-957, September 2008.

Estrogen effects on arteries vary with stage of reproductive life and extent of subclinical atherosclerosis progression

Clarkson, Thomas B.

Menopause. 14(3):373-384, May-June 2007.

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