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This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 9.AbstractBackground: Recent studies have determined that branched-chain (BCAAs) and aromatic (AAAs) amino acids are strongly correlated with obesity and atherogenic dyslipidemia and are strong predictors of diabetes.
However, it is not clear if these amino acids are capable of identifying subjects with coronar

Author: Yang, Ruiyue; Dong, Jun; Zhao, Haijian; Li, Hongxia; Guo, Hanbang; Wang, Shu; Zhang, Chuanbao; Wang, Siming; Wang, Mo; Yu, Songlin; Chen, Wenxiang

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