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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 9, Number 3, May 2007

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Do low levels of circulating adiponectin represent a biomarker or just another risk factor for the metabolic syndrome?
pp. 246-258(13)
Authors: Brooks, Natasha L.; Moore, Kelli S.; Clark, Ryan D.; Perfetti, Michael T.; Trent; Combs

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Diabetes as a risk factor for cardiac conduction defects: a review
pp. 276-281(6)
Author: Movahed, Mohammad-Reza

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Adiponectin in health and disease
pp. 282-289(8)
Authors: Oh, Deborah K.; Ciaraldi, Theodore; Henry, Robert R.

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Topical fat reduction from the waist
pp. 300-303(4)
Authors: Caruso; Pekarovic; Raum; Greenway

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Short-term effects of metformin in type 2 diabetes
pp. 330-336(7)
Authors: Eriksson; Attvall; Bonnier; Eriksson; Rosander; Karlsson

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Adiponectin receptors gene expression in lymphocytes of obese and anorexic patients
pp. 344-349(6)
Authors: Alberti; Gilardini; Girola; Moro; Cavagnini; Invitti

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Topiramate in the treatment of obese subjects with drug-naive type 2 diabetes
pp. 360-368(9)
Authors: Stenlöf; Rössner; Vercruysse; Kumar; Fitchet; Sjöström

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Weight gain in type 2 diabetes mellitus
pp. 386-393(8)
Authors: Jacob; Salinas; Adams-Huet; Raskin

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Targeting hyperglycaemia with either metformin or repaglinide in non-obese patients with type 2 diabetes: results from a randomized crossover trial
pp. 394-407(14)
Authors: Lund; Tarnow; Stehouwer; Schalkwijk; Frandsen; Smidt; Pedersen; Parving; Vaag

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-Blocker use and diabetes symptom score: results from the GEMINI study
pp. 408-417(10)
Authors: McGill; Bakris; Fonseca; Raskin; Messerli; Phillips; Katholi; Wright; Iyengar; Anderson; Lukas; Dalal; Bell

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Low-dose oral tri-iodothyronine does not directly increase food intake in man
pp. 435-437(3)
Authors: Martin; Small; Lee; Ellis; Dhillo; Smith; Kong; Frost; Bloom

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Raised alanine transaminase and decreased adiponectin are features of the metabolic syndrome in patients with type 2 diabetes
pp. 438-440(3)
Authors: Hickman, Ingrid J.; Whitehead, Jonathan P.; Prins, Johannes B.; Macdonald, Graeme A.

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News and Views
pp. 444-446(3)
Author: Holt, Richard I. G.

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