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Prognostic value of circulating chromogranin A levels in acute coronary syndrome

Prognostic value of circulating chromogranin A levels in acute coronary syndromes

P2440Chromogranin B - emerging biomarker in heart failure

Potential clinical value of circulating chromogranin A in patients with prostate carcinoma

Circulating chromogranin A in the assessment of patients with neuroendocrine tumours. A single institution experience

Impact of chromogranin A measurement in the work-cup of neuroendocrine tumors

Myocardial production of chromogranin A in human heart: a new regulatory peptide of cardiac function

Prognostic value of circulating chromogranin A levels in acute coronary syndrome: reply

P366 Relevance of chromogranin A according to disease activity and medical treatment in IBD patients

Chromogranin A in heart failure. A novel neurohumoral factor and a predictor for mortality

P-274Analysis of incidence neuroendocrine neoplasms with a marker chromogranin a: 5 years review

O-008Impact of chromogranin A, grade, and mitotic rate in small, non-functional pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors: q US population based study

Somatostatin receptor scintigraphy versus chromogranin A assay in the management of patients with neuroendocrine tumors of different types: clinical role

Fecal chromogranins and secretogranins are increased in patients with ulcerative colitis but are not associated with disease activity

Genetic Variation Within a Metabolic Motif in the Chromogranin A Promoter: Pleiotropic Influence on Cardiometabolic Risk Traits in Twins


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abbr.: Cg; either of two soluble proteins, originally discovered in bovine chromaffin granules (see chromaffin tissue), but now known to be widely distributed in endocrine (including neuroendocrine) tissues. They are ...

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