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Visfatin and endothelial angiogenesis AUTHORS' RETROSPECTIVE

Behavior of Visfatin in Nonobese Women Undergoing Liposuction: A Pilot Study

Serum visfatin concentration and endothelial dysfunction in chronic kidney disease

Commentary on “Behavior of Visfatin in Nonobese Women Undergoing Liposuction: A Pilot Study”

Notch1 mediates visfatin-induced FGF-2 up-regulation and endothelial angiogenesis

Membrane raft–lysosome redox signalling platforms in coronary endothelial dysfunction induced by adipokine visfatin

Increased Circulating Visfatin Is Associated With Progression of Kidney Disease in Non-Diabetic Hypertensive Patients

Apelin and Visfatin Plasma Levels in Healthy Individuals With High Normal Blood Pressure

Visfatin induces human endothelial VEGF and MMP-2/9 production via MAPK and PI3K/Akt signalling pathways: novel insights into visfatin-induced angiogenesis

Perivascular adipose tissue-derived visfatin is a vascular smooth muscle cell growth factor: role of nicotinamide mononucleotide

Serum visfatin in relation to insulin resistance and markers of hyperandrogenism in lean and obese women with polycystic ovary syndrome

Associations of Apelin, Visfatin, and Urinary 8-Isoprostane With Severe Hypertension in African Americans: The MH-GRID Study

P268 Chemerin, visfatin and vaspin levels in relation to fat mass and bone mineral density in IBD

P006 The therapeutic potential of the pharmacological inhibition of PBEF/NAMPT/Visfatin in inflammatory bowel disease

Visfatin is expressed in human granulosa cells: regulation by metformin through AMPK/SIRT1 pathways and its role in steroidogenesis

MP425ASSOCIATION OF VISFATIN WITH INFLAMMATORY AND FIBROTIC MARKERS IN TYPE 2 DIABETIC PATIENTS WITH NEPHROPATHY

 

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An adipokine found in omental (visceral) adipose tissue and, unlike omentin, also in epicardial and subcutaneous fat.

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