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Endothelial cell hypertrophy is associated with microvascular occlusion in horse wounds

Dubuc, V.; Lepault, E.; Theoret, C. L.

Canadian journal of veterinary research. VOL 70; NUMB 3, ; 2006, 206-210 -- CANADIAN VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION (pages 206-210) -- 2006

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Can 90-Day NIHSS Be Used for Outcome Assessment in TIA and Minor Stroke Studies?

Dubuc, V. et al.

Cerebrovascular diseases. VOL 40; NUMBER 1-2, ; 2015, 97-98 -- S. Karger AG Part 1-2; (pages 97-98) -- 2015

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Silent ischemic lesions in young adults with first stroke are associated with recurrent stroke

Gioia, L.C. et al.

Neurology. VOL 79; NUMB 12, ; 2012, 1208-1214 -- American Academy of Neurology Part 12; (pages 1208-1214) -- 2012

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EXPEDIENT DETECTION OF PAROXYSMAL ATRIAL FIBRILLATION WITH PROLONGED EARLY MONITORING POST CRYPTOGENIC ISCHEMIC CEREBROVASCULAR EVENT

Kus, T. et al.

Canadian journal of cardiology. Volume 35:Number S (2019, October); pp S174- -- Elsevier

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Prevalence of Fabry Disease in Young Patients with Cryptogenic Ischemic Stroke

Dubuc, V. et al.

Journal of stroke and cerebrovascular diseases : the official journal of National Stroke Association / NSA. VOL 22; NUMB 8, ; 2013, 1288-1292 -- Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam Part 8; (pages 1288-1292) -- 2013

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TIA and Minor Stroke Patients with Intracranial Occlusions in Both Proximal and Distal Vessels Are Most at Risk for Symptom Progression

Dubuc, V. et al.

Cerebrovascular diseases. VOL 38; NUMBER 5, ; 2014, 389-390 -- S. Karger AG Part 5; (pages 389-390) -- 2014

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The Influence of PCSK9 Polymorphisms on Serum Low-Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol and Risk of Atherosclerosis

Davignon, J.; Dubuc, G. v.; Seidah, N. G.

Current atherosclerosis reports. VOL 12; NUMBER 5, ; 2010, 308-315 -- Springer Science + Business Media -- 2010

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Stimulation of the mesencephalic locomotor region elicits controlled swimming in semi-intact lampreys

Sirota, M. G. Di Prisco, G. V. Dubuc, R.

The European journal of neuroscience. VOL 12; PART 11, ; 2000, 4081-4092 -- OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS (pages 4081-4092) -- 2000

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Insulin Infusion Acutely Downregulates Circulating PCSK9 in Human*

Awan, Z. et al.

Journal of clinical lipidology. VOL 8; NUMBER 3, ; 2014, 302 -- ELSEVIER SCIENCE B.V; AMSTREDAM Part 3; -- 2014

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PCSK9, apolipoprotein E and lipoviral particles in chronic hepatitis C genotype 3: Evidence for genotype-specific regulation of lipoprotein metabolism

Bridge, S. H. et al.

Journal of hepatology. VOL 62; NUMBER 4, ; 2015, 763-770 -- Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam. Part 4; (pages 763-770) -- 2015

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