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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

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

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

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

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

Visfatin is increased in chronic kidney disease patients with poor appetite and correlates negatively with fasting serum amino acids and triglyceride levels

Active visfatin is elevated in serum of maintenance haemodialysis patients and correlates inversely with circulating HDL cholesterol

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

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

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

 

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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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