Last Posted: Aug 14, 2019
- Association between PPARGC1A single nucleotide polymorphisms and increased risk of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease among Iranian patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus
Saremi Leila, et al. Turkish journal of medical sciences 2019 0 (4) 1089-1094
- Livedoid vasculopathy: does hyperhomocysteinaemia play an aetiological role?
Marsch Wolfgang C, et al. European journal of dermatology : EJD 2019 6 (3) 287-293
- Effect of FTO and IGF2BP2 gene polymorphisms on duration of pregnancy and Apgar scores in women with gestational diabetes.
Tarnowski Maciej, et al. Journal of obstetrics and gynaecology : the journal of the Institute of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2019 2 (2) 151-156
- Haplotypes in vitamin D receptor gene encode risk in diabetic nephropathy.
Razi Farideh, et al. Gene 2019 1 149-152
- Towards clinical utility of polygenic risk scores.
Lambert Samuel A et al. Human molecular genetics 2019 Jul
- Evaluation of platelet reactivity during combined antiplatelet therapy in patients with stable coronary artery disease in relation to diabetes type 2 and the GPIIB/IIIA receptor gene polymorphism.
Jastrzebska M, et al. Journal of physiology and pharmacology : an official journal of the Polish Physiological Society 2019 4 (2)
- Enhanced Self-Efficacy and Behavioral Changes Among Patients With Diabetes: Cloud-Based Mobile Health Platform and Mobile App Service.
Chao Dyna Yp et al. JMIR diabetes 2019 May 4(2) e11017
- Association Between Interleukin-10 Gene (-1082g/A) Polymorphism and Type 2 Diabetes, Diabetes-Related Traits, and Microvascular Complications in the Croatian Population.
Canecki-Varži? Silvija, et al. Acta clinica Croatica 2018 3 (1) 71-81
- GCK, GCKR, FADS1, DGKB/TMEM195 and CDKAL1 Gene Polymorphisms in Women with Gestational Diabetes.
Tarnowski Maciej, et al. Canadian journal of diabetes 2017 3
- Genetic polymorphisms by deletion in genes that encode for glutathione S-transferases are associated with nicotine dependence and tobacco use-related medical disorders.
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