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Interplay between Hypoxia, Inflammation and Adipocyte Remodeling in the Metabolic Syndrome

By Ana Marina Andrei, Anca Berbecaru-Iovan, Felix Rareş Ioan Din- Anghel, Camelia Elena Stănciulescu, Sorin Berbecaru-Iovan, Ileana Monica Baniţă and Cătălina Gabriela Pisoschi

Submitted: April 27th 2016Reviewed: September 2nd 2016Published: February 1st 2017

DOI: 10.5772/65491

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Ana Marina Andrei, Anca Berbecaru-Iovan, Felix Rareş Ioan Din- Anghel, Camelia Elena Stănciulescu, Sorin Berbecaru-Iovan, Ileana Monica Baniţă and Cătălina Gabriela Pisoschi (February 1st 2017). Interplay between Hypoxia, Inflammation and Adipocyte Remodeling in the Metabolic Syndrome, Hypoxia and Human Diseases Jing Zheng and Chi Zhou, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/65491. Available from:

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