VEGF and GLUT1 are highly heritable, inversely correlated and affected by dietary fat intake: Consequences for cognitive function in humans

Schüler R, Seebeck N, Osterhoff MA, Witte V, Flöel A, Busjahn A, Jais A, Brüning JC, Frahnow T, Kabisch S, Pivovarova O, et al. (2018)
Molecular Metabolism 11: 129-136.

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Schüler R, Seebeck N, Osterhoff MA, et al. VEGF and GLUT1 are highly heritable, inversely correlated and affected by dietary fat intake: Consequences for cognitive function in humans. Molecular Metabolism. 2018;11:129-136.
Schüler, R., Seebeck, N., Osterhoff, M. A., Witte, V., Flöel, A., Busjahn, A., Jais, A., et al. (2018). VEGF and GLUT1 are highly heritable, inversely correlated and affected by dietary fat intake: Consequences for cognitive function in humans. Molecular Metabolism, 11, 129-136. doi:10.1016/j.molmet.2018.02.004
Schüler, R., Seebeck, N., Osterhoff, M. A., Witte, V., Flöel, A., Busjahn, A., Jais, A., Brüning, J. C., Frahnow, T., Kabisch, S., et al. (2018). VEGF and GLUT1 are highly heritable, inversely correlated and affected by dietary fat intake: Consequences for cognitive function in humans. Molecular Metabolism 11, 129-136.
Schüler, R., et al., 2018. VEGF and GLUT1 are highly heritable, inversely correlated and affected by dietary fat intake: Consequences for cognitive function in humans. Molecular Metabolism, 11, p 129-136.
R. Schüler, et al., “VEGF and GLUT1 are highly heritable, inversely correlated and affected by dietary fat intake: Consequences for cognitive function in humans”, Molecular Metabolism, vol. 11, 2018, pp. 129-136.
Schüler, R., Seebeck, N., Osterhoff, M.A., Witte, V., Flöel, A., Busjahn, A., Jais, A., Brüning, J.C., Frahnow, T., Kabisch, S., Pivovarova, O., Hornemann, S., Kruse, M., Pfeiffer, A.F.H.: VEGF and GLUT1 are highly heritable, inversely correlated and affected by dietary fat intake: Consequences for cognitive function in humans. Molecular Metabolism. 11, 129-136 (2018).
Schüler, Rita, Seebeck, Nicole, Osterhoff, Martin A., Witte, Veronica, Flöel, Agnes, Busjahn, Andreas, Jais, Alexander, Brüning, Jens C., Frahnow, Turid, Kabisch, Stefan, Pivovarova, Olga, Hornemann, Silke, Kruse, Michael, and Pfeiffer, Andreas F.H. “VEGF and GLUT1 are highly heritable, inversely correlated and affected by dietary fat intake: Consequences for cognitive function in humans”. Molecular Metabolism 11 (2018): 129-136.
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