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High glucose concentrations do not influence replication and prostacyclin release of human endothelial cells

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Weimann, B.J., Lorch, E. & Baumgartner, H.R. High glucose concentrations do not influence replication and prostacyclin release of human endothelial cells. Diabetologia 27, 62–63 (1984). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00253506

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  • Public Health
  • Glucose
  • Endothelial Cell
  • Internal Medicine
  • Human Physiology