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Increased fibrinogen is associated with a transionic increase in rotational whole blood shear viscosity in controls and coronary artery disease patients.

Marc De Buyzere (UGent) , Daniel Duprez (UGent) , Youri Taes (UGent) and Denis Clement
(1997) ACTA CARDIOLOGICA. 52. p.383-384
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De Buyzere, Marc, Daniel Duprez, Youri Taes, and Denis Clement. 1997. “Increased Fibrinogen Is Associated with a Transionic Increase in Rotational Whole Blood Shear Viscosity in Controls and Coronary Artery Disease Patients.” Acta Cardiologica 52: 383–384.
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De Buyzere, M., Duprez, D., Taes, Y., & Clement, D. (1997). Increased fibrinogen is associated with a transionic increase in rotational whole blood shear viscosity in controls and coronary artery disease patients. ACTA CARDIOLOGICA, 52, 383–384.
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De Buyzere M, Duprez D, Taes Y, Clement D. Increased fibrinogen is associated with a transionic increase in rotational whole blood shear viscosity in controls and coronary artery disease patients. ACTA CARDIOLOGICA. 1997;52:383–4.
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De Buyzere, Marc, Daniel Duprez, Youri Taes, et al. “Increased Fibrinogen Is Associated with a Transionic Increase in Rotational Whole Blood Shear Viscosity in Controls and Coronary Artery Disease Patients.” ACTA CARDIOLOGICA 52 (1997): 383–384. Print.
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  journal      = {ACTA CARDIOLOGICA},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {383--384},
  title        = {Increased fibrinogen is associated with a transionic increase in rotational whole blood shear viscosity in controls and coronary artery disease patients.},
  volume       = {52},
  year         = {1997},
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