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Adiponectin Gene Polymorphism Is Selectively Associated with the Concomitant Presence of Metabolic Syndrome and Essential Hypertension

By Hsin-Bang Leu, Chia-Min Chung, Shing-Jong Lin, Yuh-Shiun Jong, Wen-Harn Pan and Jaw-Wen Chen
Topics: Research Article
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