Association of resistin and adiponectin with different clinical blood pressure phenotypes

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We investigated whether the resistin (Res) and adiponectin (Adp) levels are associated with different clinical blood pressure (BP) phenotypes. Among 465 consecutive never-treated white subjects, we excluded those with diabetes mellitus; impaired glucose metabolism; history of any cardiovascular disease or other concurrent medical condition; secondary… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/jhh.2010.22

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@article{Thomopoulos2011AssociationOR, title={Association of resistin and adiponectin with different clinical blood pressure phenotypes}, author={Costas Thomopoulos and Maria Daskalaki and Ourania G Papazachou and Nikolaos E Rodolakis and Athanassios Bratsas and Dimitrios Papadopoulos and Maria V Papavasileiou and Despina Perrea and Th K Makris}, journal={Journal of Human Hypertension}, year={2011}, volume={25}, pages={38-46} }