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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 28, Number 6, June 2011

Obesity and Type 2 diabetes; achieving weight loss
pp. 627-627(1)
Authors: Hitman, G. A.; Finer, S.

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Bariatric surgery: an IDF statement for obese Type 2 diabetes
pp. 628-642(15)
Authors: Dixon, J. B.; Zimmet, P.; Alberti, K. G.; Rubino, F.

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Autonomic imbalance: prophet of doom or scope for hope?
pp. 643-651(9)
Authors: Vinik, A. I.; Maser, R. E.; Ziegler, D.

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Increasing prevalence of gestational diabetes mellitus in Chinese women from 1999 to 2008
pp. 652-657(6)
Authors: Zhang, F.; Dong, L.; Zhang, C.P.; Li, B.; Wen, J.; Gao, W.; Sun, S.; Lv, F.; Tian, H.; Tuomilehto, J.; Qi, L.; Zhang, C. L.; Yu, Z.; Yang, X.; Hu, G.

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The association of physical inactivity with Type 2 diabetes among different ethnic groups
pp. 668-672(5)
Authors: Admiraal, W. M.; van Valkengoed, I. G. M.; L de Munter, J. S.; Stronks, K.; Hoekstra, J. B. L.; Holleman, F.

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An FTO variant is associated with Type 2 diabetes in South Asian populations after accounting for body mass index and waist circumference
pp. 673-680(8)
Authors: Rees, S. D.; Islam, M.; Hydrie, M. Z. I.; Chaudhary, B.; Bellary, S.; Hashmi, S.; O’Hare, J. P.; Kumar, S.; Sanghera, D. K.; Chaturvedi, N.; Barnett, A. H.; Shera, A. S.; Weedon, M. N.; Basit, A.; Frayling, T. M.; Kelly, M. A.; Jafar, T. H.

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Sequencing PDX1 (insulin promoter factor 1) in 1788 UK individuals found 5% had a low frequency coding variant, but these variants are not associated with Type 2 diabetes
pp. 681-684(4)
Authors: Edghill, E. L.; Khamis, A.; Weedon, M. N.; Walker, M.; Hitman, G. A.; McCarthy, M. I.; Owen, K. R.; Ellard, S.; T Hattersley, A.; Frayling, T. M.

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Asymmetric dimethylarginine in young people with Type 1 diabetes: a paradoxical association with HbA1c
pp. 685-691(7)
Authors: Marcovecchio, M. L.; Widmer, B.; Turner, C.; Dunger, D. B.; Dalton, R. N.

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Maternal endothelial dysfunction and its association with abnormal fetal growth in diabetic pregnancy
pp. 692-698(7)
Authors: Zawiejska, A.; Wender-Ożegowska, E.; Pietryga, M.; Brązert, J.

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Cardiovascular autonomic dysfunction is associated with central obesity in persons with impaired glucose tolerance
pp. 699-704(6)
Authors: Laitinen, T.; Lindström, J.; Eriksson, J.; Ilanne-Parikka, P.; Aunola, S.; Keinänen-Kiukaanniemi, S.; Tuomilehto, J.; Uusitupa, M.

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DURATION-2: efficacy and safety of switching from maximum daily sitagliptin or pioglitazone to once-weekly exenatide
pp. 705-714(10)
Authors: Wysham, C.; Bergenstal, R.; Malloy, J.; Yan, P.; Walsh, B.; Malone, J.; Taylor, K.

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Impact of a chronic care model based on patient empowerment on the management of Type 2 diabetes: effects of the SINERGIA programme
pp. 724-730(7)
Authors: Musacchio, N.; Lovagnini Scher, A.; Giancaterini, A.; Pessina, L.; Salis, G.; Schivalocchi, F.; Nicolucci, A.; Pellegrini, F.; Rossi, M. C. E.

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Agreement and reasons for disagreement between photographic and hospital biomicroscopy grading of diabetic retinopathy
pp. 741-746(6)
Authors: Sallam, A.; Scanlon, P. H.; Stratton, I. M.; Jones, V.; Martin, C. N.; Brelen, M.; Johnston, R. L.

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Measuring the accuracy of different ways to identify the ‘at-risk’ foot in routine clinical practice
pp. 747-754(8)
Authors: Leese, G. P.; Cochrane, L.; Mackie, A. D. R.; Stang, D.; Brown, K.; Green, V.

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Liraglutide therapy in Prader-Willi syndrome
pp. 755-756(2)
Authors: Cyganek, K.; Koblik, T.; Kozek, E.; Wojcik, M.; Starzyk, J.; Malecki, M. T.

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