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Circulating adiponectin and resistin levels in relation to metabolic factors, inflammatory markers, and vascular reactivity in diabetic patients and subjects at risk for diabetes.
Inflammation and neuropeptides: the connection in diabetic wound healing.
Microvascular reactivity and inflammatory cytokines in painful and painless peripheral diabetic neuropathy.
Postexercise phosphocreatine recovery, an index of mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation, is reduced in diabetic patients with lower extremity complications.
Expression of neuropeptides and cytokines in a rabbit model of diabetic neuroischemic wound healing.
Role of endothelial progenitor cells and inflammatory cytokines in healing of diabetic foot ulcers.