Effects of bariatric surgery on human small artery function: evidence for reduction in perivascular adipocyte inflammation, and restoration of normal anticontractile activity despite persistent obesityCitation formats

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  • R Aghamohammadzadeh
  • A Greenstein
  • R Yadav

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Effects of bariatric surgery on human small artery function: evidence for reduction in perivascular adipocyte inflammation, and restoration of normal anticontractile activity despite persistent obesity. / Aghamohammadzadeh, R; Greenstein, A; Yadav, R.

In: The Lancet, Vol. 381, 02.2013.

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title = "Effects of bariatric surgery on human small artery function: evidence for reduction in perivascular adipocyte inflammation, and restoration of normal anticontractile activity despite persistent obesity",
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journal = "The Lancet",
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JO - The Lancet

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