Cell Membrane Function and Dysfunction of Vascular Tissue

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ContributionsT. Godfraind (Editor), P. Meyer (Editor)
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Number of Pages270
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Open LibraryOL7531649M
ISBN 100444803165
ISBN 109780444803160

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Endothelial dysfunction represents a pathomechanism that is associated with most of these risk factors and stressors, and represents an early (subclinical) marker/predictor of atherosclerosis.

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