PMID: 15111546Apr 28, 2004

The case for intravenous arginine stimulation in lieu of mixed-meal tolerance tests as outcome measure for intervention studies in recent-onset type 1 diabetes

Diabetes Care
Carla J GreenbaumCatherine Pihoker

Abstract

No abstract listed.

References

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Citations

Jun 8, 2012·Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Medicine·Jasmin Lebastchi, Kevan C Herold
Sep 22, 2012·The Journal of Clinical Investigation·Antonio CitroLorenzo Piemonti
Mar 23, 2012·Acta Diabetologica·Srinath SandaCarla J Greenbaum
May 21, 2010·Clinical Immunology : the Official Journal of the Clinical Immunology Society·Srinath SandaCarla J Greenbaum
Nov 23, 2005·Pediatric Clinics of North America·Diego Ize-Ludlow, Mark A Sperling
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Nov 6, 2018·Diabetologia·Flemming Pociot
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Arginine hydrochloride
C-Peptide
Diabetes, Autoimmune
Intravenous Glucose Tolerance Test
Intravenous Injections
Postprandial Period

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