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Through Mendelian randomization analysis, Y. Colak, S. Afzal, and B.G. Nordestgaard have determined that there is no evidence supporting a causal role for vitamin D in the risk for osteoporotic fractures.
C.W. Hicks, D. Wang, N.R. Daya, et al. show that cardiac troponin T appears to be a global marker of end organ damage, including peripheral neuropathy.
K. Heider, J.C.M. Wan, J. Hall, et al. have found data suggesting that circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) can be detected and monitored in dried blood spots from archived and fresh blood samples.
N. Clouet-Foraison, S.M. Marcovina, E. Guerra, et al. investigated the biological variation of lipoprotein(a) and two other major biomarkers of cardiovascular disease, apolipoprotein A-I and apolipoprotein B-100.
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