Nurdin Satarov

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  • Kathleen Kuehnast, Nora Dudwick, Janna Rysakava, Mariam Edilova, Gulnara Bakieva, Nurdin Satarov +2 others
  • 2002
The social networks of poor and nonpoor households in the post-Soviet Kyrgyz Republic have polarized and separated, in a process that parallels the sharp socioeconomic stratification that has taken place since national independence in 1991. Not only have the networks separated, each has changed in character. The non-poor, especially those in urban(More)
Leptin, an adipocytokine produced by adipose tissue, along with the traditional cardiometabolic risk factors, contributes to the development of cardiovascular complications. At the same time, ethnic features of adipocytokines have been insufficiently investigated, especially among Asians, who have an increased risk of cardiovascular complications compared(More)
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