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Combined impact of adiponectin and retinol‐binding protein 4 on metabolic syndrome in elderly people: the Korean Longitudinal S

Soo Lim et al.
Used Parameters : BFM

Publication Year : 2009

Country : Korea

Journal : Obesity

The prevalence of metabolic syndrome (MS) increases with progressing and is potentially associated with changes in adipose‐derived cytokines, including adiponectin and retinol‐binding protein 4 (RBP4). We aimed to determine the prevalence of MS, and the relationships between these factors and MS in elderly people. A population‐based cohort study, the Korean Longitudinal Study on Health and Aging (KLoSHA), was performed on subjects aged≥ 65 years by random stratified sampling in 2005–2006 (439 men and 561 …
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