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  1. Exosomes derived from monocytes and from endothelial cells mediate monocyte and endothelial cell activation under high D-glucose conditions

    Sáez, T., de Vos, P., Kuipers, J., Sobrevia, L. & Faas, M. M., Mar-2019, In : Immunobiology. 224, 2, p. 325-333 9 p.

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  2. The role of autoimmunity in women with type 1 diabetes and adverse pregnancy outcome: A missing link

    Groen, B., Links, T. P., van den Berg, P. P., de Vos, P. & Faas, M. M., Mar-2019, In : Immunobiology. 224, 2, p. 334-338 5 p.

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  3. Reactive oxygen species (ROS) in macrophage activation and function in diabetes

    Rendra, E., Riabov, V., Mossel, D. M., Sevastyanova, T., Harmsen, M. C. & Kzhyshkowska, J., Mar-2019, In : Immunobiology. 224, 2, p. 242-253 12 p.

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  4. Mesenchymal stromal/stem cells as potential therapy in diabetic retinopathy

    Fiori, A., Terlizzi, V., Kremer, H., Gebauer, J., Hammes, H-P., Harmsen, M. C. & Bieback, K., Dec-2018, In : Immunobiology. 223, 12, p. 729-743 15 p.

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  5. Low mannose-binding lectin levels predict cardiovascular disease in hemodialysis patients

    da Costa, M. G., Poppelaars, F., Berger, S., Assa, S., Meter-Arkema, A., Daha, M., Van Son, W., Franssen, C. & Seelen, M., Oct-2016, In : Immunobiology. 221, 10, p. 1183-1184 2 p.

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