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TNF-alpha levels are associated with skin capillary recruitment in humans: a potential explanation for the relationship between TNF-alpha and insulin resistance.

Ijzerman, RG; Voordouw, JJ; Van Weissenbruch, MM; Yudkin, JS; Serne, EH; Delemarre-van de Waal, HA; Stehouwer, CD; (2006) TNF-alpha levels are associated with skin capillary recruitment in humans: a potential explanation for the relationship between TNF-alpha and insulin resistance. Clinical Science , 110 (3) 361 - 368.

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Type:Article
Title:TNF-alpha levels are associated with skin capillary recruitment in humans: a potential explanation for the relationship between TNF-alpha and insulin resistance.
Additional information:Imported from PubMed 15/06/2006
UCL classification:UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Medical Sciences > Medicine (Division of)

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