Low grade inflammation and coronary heart disease: prospective study and updated meta-analyses

@article{Danesh2000LowGI,
  title={Low grade inflammation and coronary heart disease: prospective study and updated meta-analyses},
  author={J. Danesh and P. Whincup and M. Walker and L. Lennon and A. Thomson and P. Appleby and J. Gallimore and M. Pepys},
  journal={BMJ : British Medical Journal},
  year={2000},
  volume={321},
  pages={199 - 204}
}
Abstract Objective: To assess associations between baseline values of four different circulating markers of inflammation and future risk of coronary heart disease, potential triggers of systemic inflammation (such as persistent infection), and other markers of inflammation. Design: Nested case-control comparisons in a prospective, population based cohort. Setting: General practices in 18 towns in Britain. Participants: 506 men who died from coronary heart disease or had a non-fatal myocardial… Expand

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