Serum amyloid A is a more sensitive marker of increased inflammation than C-reactive protein, in subjects with type I diabetes

J- Daniels, A. McGown, J. Gibney, Ian Young, Jane McEneny

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Original languageEnglish
Pages1-1
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - May 2012
EventEauropean Atherosclerosis Society - Milan, Italy
Duration: 01 May 201201 May 2012

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ConferenceEauropean Atherosclerosis Society
CountryItaly
CityMilan
Period01/05/201201/05/2012

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Daniels, J., McGown, A., Gibney, J., Young, I., & McEneny, J. (2012). Serum amyloid A is a more sensitive marker of increased inflammation than C-reactive protein, in subjects with type I diabetes. 1-1. Paper presented at Eauropean Atherosclerosis Society, Milan, Italy.
Daniels, J- ; McGown, A. ; Gibney, J. ; Young, Ian ; McEneny, Jane. / Serum amyloid A is a more sensitive marker of increased inflammation than C-reactive protein, in subjects with type I diabetes. Paper presented at Eauropean Atherosclerosis Society, Milan, Italy.1 p.
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Daniels, J, McGown, A, Gibney, J, Young, I & McEneny, J 2012, 'Serum amyloid A is a more sensitive marker of increased inflammation than C-reactive protein, in subjects with type I diabetes', Paper presented at Eauropean Atherosclerosis Society, Milan, Italy, 01/05/2012 - 01/05/2012 pp. 1-1.

Serum amyloid A is a more sensitive marker of increased inflammation than C-reactive protein, in subjects with type I diabetes. / Daniels, J-; McGown, A.; Gibney, J.; Young, Ian; McEneny, Jane.

2012. 1-1 Paper presented at Eauropean Atherosclerosis Society, Milan, Italy.

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Daniels J, McGown A, Gibney J, Young I, McEneny J. Serum amyloid A is a more sensitive marker of increased inflammation than C-reactive protein, in subjects with type I diabetes. 2012. Paper presented at Eauropean Atherosclerosis Society, Milan, Italy.