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Fabp3 as a Biomarker of Skeletal Muscle Toxicity in the Rat: Comparison with Conventional Biomarkers

PS05. Amelioration of PTSD-like Behavior by Melatonin in FABP3 Null Mice

Functional characterization of FABP3, 5 and 7 gene variants identified in schizophrenia and autism spectrum disorder and mouse behavioral studies

Analysis for the Combination Expression of CK20, FABP1 and MUC2 is Sensitive for the Prediction of Peritoneal Recurrence in Gastric Cancer

Overexpression of FABP7 in Down syndrome fetal brains is associated with PKNOX1 gene‐dosage imbalance

Functional characterization of FABP3, 5 and 7 gene variants identified in schizophrenia and autism spectrum disorder and mouse behavioral studies

Heart-type fatty acid binding protein (hFABP) in the diagnosis of myocardial damage in coronary artery bypass grafting

Cold stress initiates the Nrf2/UGT1A1/L-FABP signaling pathway in chickens

Identification of a Functional Polymorphism at the Adipose Fatty Acid Binding Protein Gene (Fabp4) and Demonstration of its Association with Cardiovascular Disease: a Path to Follow

Protective effects of L-type fatty acid-binding protein (L-FABP) in proximal tubular cells against glomerular injury in anti-GBM antibody-mediated glomerulonephritis

P047. The presence of primary sclerosing cholangitis does not change levels of gut barrier failure biomarkers (I - FABP and ccK18) in patients with ulcerative colitis

Heart-type fatty acid-binding proteins (H-FABP): a reliable tool for initial risk stratification of pulmonary embolism?The opinions expressed in this article are not necessarily those of the Editors of the European Heart Journal or of the European Society of Cardiology.

 

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abbr. for fatty acid binding protein; albumin is the major FABP of plasma, while a 40 kDa plasma membrane FABP of liver appears to be involved in uptake of oleate ...

Subjects: Chemistry — Medicine and Health.


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