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High sensitivity C reactive protein , fibrinogen levels and the onset of major depressive disorder in post-acute coronary syndrome BMC Cardiovascular Disorders Sample

@inproceedings{Lafitte2015HighSC,
  title={High sensitivity C reactive protein , fibrinogen levels and the onset of major depressive disorder in post-acute coronary syndrome BMC Cardiovascular Disorders Sample},
  author={Marianne Lafitte},
  year={2015}
}
High sensitivity C reactive protein, fibrinogen levels and the onset of major depressive disorder in post-acute coronary syndrome BMC Cardiovascular Disorders Sample doi:10.1186/s12872-015-0015-3 Marianne Lafitte (marianne.lafitte@chu-bordeaux.fr) Sandrine Tastet (sandrine.psy.tastet@wanadoo.fr) Paul Perez (Paul.Perez@isped.u-bordeaux2.fr) Marie-Aimée Serisé (marieserise@gmail.com) Anne-Sophie Grandoulier (Anne-Sophie.Grandoulier@isped.u-bordeaux2.fr) Bruno Aouizerate (Bruno.aouizerate@u… 

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