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Exploring the Relationship between Plasma Adiponectin, Gender, and Underlying Diseases in Severe Illness

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Mester, Patricia ; Räth, Ulrich ; Schmid, Stephan ; Müller, Martina ; Buechler, Christa ; Pavel, Vlad
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Adiponectin is low in obesity, plays a crucial role in metabolic health, and, moreover, possesses immunoregulatory properties. However, studies examining its levels in patients with systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) or sepsis have yielded conflicting results. While females typically have higher systemic adiponectin levels than males, research on sex-specific associations in this ...


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