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High plasma level of fibroblast growth factor 21 is an independent predictor of type 2 diabetes: A 5.4-year population-based prospective study in Chinese subjectsChen, C; Cheung, BMY; Tso, AWK; Wang, Y; Law, LSC; Ong, KL; Wat, NMS; Xu, A; Lam, KSL2011364
 
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
 
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, KSL200791
 
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
 
Adipocyte fatty acid binding protein as a potential circulating metabolic hormone: clinical and functional studies.Lam, KSL; Tso, AWK; Chow, WS; Hoo, RLC; Zhang, J; Lam, CW; Xu, A200784
 
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
 
Adiponectin is predictive of changes in diastolic blood pressure over 5 years in Chinese womenChow, WS; Tso, AWK; Ong, LHY; Wat, NMS; Xu, A; Fong, HY; Janus, ED; Lam, KSL200697
 
Effect of enhanced adherence to healthcare service delivery process on diabetes mnangement outcomeWat, NMS; Tan, KCB; Leung, E; Chow, WS; Tso, AWK; Lee, KK; Leung, E; Tse, PM; Leung, SC; Hung, V; Leung, SK; Wong, K; Leung, CY; Lam, KSL2005120
 
Phospholipid transfer protein activity and endothelial dysfunction in type 2 diabetesChow, WS; Tso, AWK; Shiu, SWM; Wong, Y; Ai, VHG; Tan, KCB200583
 
Adiponectin/C-reactive protein ratio is an independent surrogate marker predictive of the development of metabolic risks and the metabolic syndrome over 5 years in ChineseTso, AWK; Wat, NMS; Xu, A; Tam, S; Fong, HY; Janus, ED; Tan, KCB; Lam, KSL200582
 
The adiponectin gene T45G polymorphism is associated with central obesity and persistent glucose intolerance in high-risk Chinese subjects over 5 yearsWat, NMS; Tso, AWK; Xu, A; Sham, PC; Rong, R; Cheng, KY; Fong, HY; Janus, ED; Lam, KSL2004111
 
The adiponectin gene G276T polymorphism is a risk factor for the development of the metabolic syndrome over a period of 5 years in southern ChineseTso, AWK; Wat, NMS; Xu, A; Sham, PC; Rong, R; Cheng, KY; Fong, HY; Janus, ED; Lam, KSL2004123
 
Determinants of postprandial triglyceride and remnant-like lipoproteins in type 2 diabetesTan, KCB; Tso, AWK; Chow, WS; Ma, OCK; Pang, WC; Tam, SCF; Lam, KSL200485
 
The Metabolic Syndrome: clinical implications and managementsLam, KSL; Wat, NMS; Chow, WS; Tso, AWK; Thomas, GN; Lam, TH200371
 
Effect of endothelial nitric oxide synthase polymorphism (Glu298Asp) on the progression of glycaemia in Chinese subjects with impaired glucose toleranceTso, AWK; Wat, NMS; Janus, ED; Wong, LC; Tan, KCB; Lam, KSL200377
 
Effect of endothelial nitric oxide synthase polymorphism (Glu298Asp) on the progression of glycaemia in Chinese subjects with impaired glucose toleranceTso, AWK; Wat, NMS; Janus, ED; Wong, LC; Tan, KCB; Lam, KSL200375
 
A novel insprtion 110_111insG creating a stop codon D194x in a Chinese family with X-linked adrenoleukodystrophyMak, M; Lam, KSL; Ma, OC; Tso, AWK; Tam, SCF200370
 
The multifarious morbidity of Cushing’s SyndromeTso, AWK; Lam, KSL200289
 
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