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The receptor RAGE as a progression factor amplifying arachidonate-dependent inflammatory and proteolytic response in human atherosclerotic plaques - Role of glycemic control
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The receptor RAGE as a progression factor amplifying arachidonate-dependent inflammatory and proteolytic response in human atherosclerotic plaques - Role of glycemic control

Circulation, 2003 Sep 2, Vol.108(9), pp.1070-1077 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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The receptor RAGE as a progression factor amplifying arachidonate-dependent inflammatory and proteolytic response in human atherosclerotic plaques: Role of glycemic control

Circulation, 2 September 2003, Vol.108(9), pp.1070-1077 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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The Receptor RAGE as a Progression Factor Amplifying Arachidonate-Dependent Inflammatory and Proteolytic Response in Human Atherosclerotic Plaques: Role of Glycemic Control

Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association, 2003, Vol.108(9), pp.1070-1077 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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The receptor RAGE as a progression factor amplifying arachidonate-dependent inflammatory and proteolytic response in human atherosclerotic plaques: role of glycemic control

Circulation, 02 September 2003, Vol.108(9), pp.1070-7 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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The receptor RAGE as a progression factor amplifying arachidonate-dependent inflammatory and proteolytic response in human atherosclerotic plaques: role of glycemic control.

Circulation, September 2, 2003, Vol.108(9), pp.1070-1077 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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