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Vol 62, No 5 (2016) Protocatechuic acids protects against high glucose- induced insulin resistance in human visceral adipose tissue
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Ormazabal P., Scazzocchio B., Varì R., Iacovelli A., Masella R.
Vol 56, No 3 (2010) Metabolically healthy obese subjects and metabolic signs of obesity in subjects with normal body weight: what is behind?
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Bershteĭn L.M., Kovalenko I.G.
Vol 56, No 6 (2010) Expression of the adiponectin gene (ADIPOQ) in the subcutaneous and visceral fatty tissues and the serum adiponectin level in children
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Kosygina A.V., Sosunov V.V., Peterkova V.A., Dedov I.I.
Vol 55, No 6 (2009) Inflammation of adipose tissue. Part 3. Pathogenetic role in the development of atherosclerosis
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Shvarts V., Shwarz W.
Vol 55, No 5 (2009) Inflammation of adipose tissue. Part 2. Pathogenetic role in type 2 diabetes mellitus
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Shvarts V., Schwartz V.
Vol 57, No 6 (2011) Inflammation of adipose tissue (Part 5). The relationship with physiological insulin resistance
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Shvarts V.I., Kolberg B.
Vol 55, No 4 (2009) Adipose tissue inflammation. Part 1. Morphological and functional manifestations
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Shvarts V., Swartz V.
Vol 58, No 2 (2012) Inflammation of the adipose tissue (part 7). Non-medicamental treatment
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Shvarts V.I.
Vol 57, No 5 (2011) Inflammation of the adipose tissue (Part 4). Obesity: a new infectious disease? (a literature review)
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Shvarts V.I.
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