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Montano D.  2017.  Association Between Socioeconomic Determinants and the Metabolic Syndrome in the German Health Interview and Examination Survey for Adults (DEGS1) – A Mediation Analysis. The Review of Diabetic Studies. 14(2-3):279-294.PDF icon PDF (590.36 KB)
Akour A, Kasabri V, Bulatova N, Muhaissen SAl, Naffa R, Fahmawi H, Momani M, Zayed A, Bustanji Y.  2017.  Association of Oxytocin with Glucose Intolerance and Inflammation Biomarkers in Metabolic Syndrome Patients with and without Prediabetes. The Review of Diabetic Studies. 14(4):364-371.PDF icon PDF (698.89 KB)
Faka A, Chalkias C, Montano D, Georgousopoulou EN, Tripitsidis A, Koloverou E, Tousoulis D, Pitsavos C, Panagiotakos DB.  2017.  Association of Socio-Environmental Determinants with Diabetes Prevalence in the Athens Metropolitan Area, Greece: A Spatial Analysis. The Review of Diabetic Studies. 14(4):381-389.PDF icon PDF (522.73 KB)
Falzon B, Formosa C, Camilleri L, Gatt A.  2017.  Duration of Type 2 Diabetes is a Predictor of Elevated Plantar Foot Pressure. The Review of Diabetic Studies. 14(4):372-380.PDF icon PDF (306.48 KB)
Vaithilingam V, Bal S, Tuch BE.  2017.  Encapsulated Islet Transplantation: Where Do We Stand? The Review of Diabetic Studies. 14(1):51-78.PDF icon RevDiabeticStud-14-1-51.pdf (1.5 MB)
Brandhorst D, Brandhorst H, Johnson PRV.  2017.  Enzyme Development for Human Islet Isolation: Five Decades of Progress or Stagnation? The Review of Diabetic Studies. 14(1):22-38.PDF icon RevDiabeticStud-14-1-22.pdf (2.73 MB)
Sackett SD, Rodriguez A, Odorico JS.  2017.  The Nexus of Stem Cell-Derived Beta-Cells and Genome Engineering. The Review of Diabetic Studies. 14(1):39-50.PDF icon RevDiabeticStud-14-1-39.pdf (871.46 KB)
Kumar N, Joisher H, Ganguly A.  2017.  Polymeric Scaffolds for Pancreatic Tissue Engineering: A Review. The Review of Diabetic Studies. 14(4):334-353.PDF icon PDF (1.91 MB)
Janghorbani M, Ghanbari H, Aminorroaya A, Amini M.  2017.  Relationship Between Serum Uric Acid and Incident Hypertension in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes. The Review of Diabetic Studies. 14(4):354-363.PDF icon PDF (1.91 MB)