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Healthy and non healthy obese patients. The truth lies in the adipose tissue

Published:August 19, 2020DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejim.2020.08.017

      Highlights

      • Cardioprotective omentin-1 was higher in obese patients without metabolic syndrome
      • Non-cardioprotective visfatin and resistin were lower in metabolically healthy obese patients
      • Adipose tissue might be involved in cardiovascular risk profile of obesity

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