A Cross-Sectional Study of the Phenotypes of Obesity and Insulin Resistance in Adults with Down Syndrome
Diego Real de Asua (Real de Asua D), Pedro Parra (Parra P), Ramón Costa (Costa R), Fernando Moldenhauer (Moldenhauer F), Carmen Suarez (Suarez C)
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