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Weight Loss May Reverse Blunted Sympathetic Neural Responsiveness to Glucose Ingestion in Obese Subjects With Metabolic Syndrome

By Nora E. Straznicky, Gavin W. Lambert, Mariee T. McGrane, Kazuko Masuo, Tye Dawood, Paul J. Nestel, Nina Eikelis, Markus P. Schlaich, Murray D. Esler, Florentia Socratous, Reena Chopra and Elisabeth A. Lambert
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