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Pathophysiological concentrations of ADMA alter human coronary artery endothelial cell gene expression: an insight into the pathophysiological significance of raised plasma ADMA levels

Smith, Caroline L. and Anthony, Shelagh and Malaki, Mohammed and Hubank, Mike and Leiper, James M. and Vallance, Patrick (2005) Pathophysiological concentrations of ADMA alter human coronary artery endothelial cell gene expression: an insight into the pathophysiological significance of raised plasma ADMA levels. In: Boger, Rainer and Fleming, Ingrid and Waltenberger, Johannes, (eds.) Vascular Biology and Medicine: 3rd European Meeting, Hamburg, September 2005, abstracts. Journal of Vascular Research (42, su). Karger, Germany, p. 102. ISBN 3805580355

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Research Community:University of Westminster > Life Sciences, School of
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