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Plasma fibrinogen level as a predictor of cardiovascular diseases, independent of diabetes, in a population-based 16-year prospective study in Hong KongHui, YLE; Lam, TH; Chow, WS; Yeung, CY; Woo, YC; Fong, HY; Xu, A; Tse, HF; Cheung, BMY; Lam, KSL201321
 
Elevated Circulating Adipocyte‐Fatty Acid Binding Protein Levels Predict Incident Cardiovascular Events in a Community‐Based Cohort: A 12‐Year Prospective StudyChow, WS; Tso, AWK; Xu, A; Yuen, MMA; Fong, HY; Lam, TH; Lo, SV; Tse, HF; Woo, YC; Yeung, CY; Cheung, BMY; Lam, KSL201342
 
Circulation fibroblast growth factor 21 levels predict incident hyperglycaemia in Chinese subject without the metabolic syndromeChow, WS; Yuen, MMA; Lee, PCH; Woo, YC; Tso, AWK; Xu, A; Fong, HY; Cheung, BMY; Lam, KSL201321
 
Plasma fibrinogen level as a predictor of incident metabolic syndrome in a community-based prospective study in Hong Kong ChineseYeung, CY; Hui, YLE; Lam, TH; Chow, WS; Woo, YC; Fong, HY; Xu, A; Cheung, BMY; Lam, KSL201331
 
Plasma fibrinogen level as a predictor of cardiovascular diseases, independent of diabetes, in a population-based 16-year prospective study in Hong KongHui, YLE; Lam, TH; Chow, WS; Yeung, CY; Woo, YC; Fong, HY; Xu, A; Tse, HF; Cheung, BMY; Lam, KSL201323
 
Serum fibroblast growth factor-21 levels are associated with carotid atherosclerosis independent of established cardiovascular risk factorsChow, WS; Xu, A; Woo, YC; Tso, AWK; Cheung, CWS; Fong, HY; Tse, HF; Chau, MT; Cheung, BMY; Lam, KSL201324
 
Pro-inflammatory adipokines as predictors of incident cancers in a chinese cohort of low obesity prevalence in Hong KongYeung, CY; Tso, AWK; Xu, A; Wang, Y; Woo, YC; Lam, TH; Lo, SV; Fong, HY; Wat, NMS; Woo, J; Cheung, BMY; Lam, KSL201334
 
Elevated fibroblast growth factor-21 is associated with increased carotid intima media thicknessChow, WS; Yuen, MMA; Xu, A; Fong, HY; Chen, C; Cheung, CWS; Chau, MT; Wat, NMS; Wong, LC; Lam, KSL201215
 
Skin autofluorescence is associated with microvascular complications in type 2 diabetesYuen, MMA; Chow, WS; Fong, HY; Lam, KSL201217
 
Utilization of Scrap Tires for Earthquake Hazard MitigationTsang, HH; Fong, HY; Xu, X; Lo, SH2008109
 
Circulating serum adipocyte-fatty acid-binding protein (A-FABP) levels correlate with carotid intima-media thickness (IMT) in Southern Chinese women.Yeung, CY; Xu, A; Cheung, CW; Wat, NMS; Yau, MH; Fong, HY; Lam, KSL200789
 
Additive effects of adiponectin and C-reactive protein in predicting the risk of type 2 diabetes: a 10-year prospective study.Lam, KSL; Wat, NMS; Tso, AWK; Fong, HY; Xu, A200785
 
Circulating levels of adipocyte-fatty acid binding protein correlate with its adipose tissue expression and predict the development of the metabolic syndrome.Xu, A; Tso, AWK; Cheung, BMY; Wang, Y; Wat, NMS; Fong, HY; Yeung, CY; Janus, ED; Sham, PC; Lam, KSL2007128
 
Ppar-γ Agonist Induced-suppression Of Plasminogen Activator Inhibitor-1 Production Is Mediated Through Adiponectin.Hoo, RLC; Chow, WS; Tse, HF; Fong, HY; Tam, S; Chan, LCB; Lam, KSL200776
 
Adiponectin mediates the suppressive effect of rosiglitazone on PAI-1 productionChow, WS; Hoo, RLC; Yau, MH; Xu, A; Tse, HF; Tso, AWK; Fong, HY; Tam, S; Chan, L; Lam, KSL200791
 
Serum adipocyte fatty acid-binding protein is a predictor of the development of type 2 diabetes mellitus over 5 years.Tso, AWK; Xu, A; Wat, NMS; Fong, HY; Janus, ED; Lam, KSL200790
 
Epidermal fatty acid-binding protein is a novel circulating biomarker associated with cardio-metabolic risk factors and carotid atherosclerosisYeung, CY; Wang, Y; Xu, A; Cheung, SCW; Wat, NMS; Yau, MH; Zhang, J; Fong, HY; Chau, MT; Lam, KSL200795
 
PPAR-γ agonist induced-suppression of plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 production is mediated through adiponectin.Hoo, RLC; Chow, WS; Yau, MH; Xu, A; Tse, HF; Tso, AWK; Fong, HY; Tam, S; Chan, L; Lam, KSL200782
 
Hypoadiponectinaemia predicts the development of hypertension in Chinese.Ong, LHY; Chow, WS; Tso, AWK; Wat, NMS; Xu, A; Fong, HY; Janus, ED; Lam, KSL200693
 
C reactive protein to adiponectin ratio is superior to body mass index in the prediction of cardiovascular risk progression and the metabolic syndrome over 5 years in non-obese Chinese.Tso, AWK; Wat, NMS; Xu, A; Chow, WS; Tam, S; Fong, HY; Janus, ED; Lam, KSL2006103
 
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