The plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 -675 4G/5G genotype influences the risk of myocardial infarction associated with elevated plasma proinsulin and insulin concentrations in men from Europe: The HIFMECH Study

I. Juhan-Vague, P. E. Morange, C. Frere, M. F. Aillaud, M. C. Alessi, E. Hawe, S. Boquist, P. Tornvall, J. S. Yudkin, E. Tremoli, M. Margaglione, G. Dl Minno, A. Hamsten, S. E. Humphries, A. Hamsten, S. Boquist, C. G. Ericsson, P. Lundman, A. Samnegard, A. SilveiraP. Tornvall, J. Yudkin, V. Mohamed-Ali, A. Holmes, I. Juhan-Vague, M. F. Aillaud, P. E. Morange, M. C. Alessi, P. Ambrosi, I. Canavy, F. Paganelli, R. Didelot, J. Ansaldi, M. Billerey, G. Di Minno, M. Margaglione, D. Cimino, N. Dello Iacono, A. Cimino, G. Gaeta, C. Blasich, G. Pucciarelli, S. E. Humphries, E. Hawe, L. Ahn Luong, V. van Hinsbergh, T. Kooistra, E. Tremoli, C. Banfi, L. Musson

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