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Information, Communication & Society, ISSN 1369-118X, 06/2013, Volume 16, Issue 5, pp. 692 - 716
Politicians across Western democracies are increasingly adopting and experimenting with Twitter, particularly during election time. The purpose of this article... 
election campaign | Twitter | politicians | content analysis | social media | NEWS | MEDIA | PARTIES | COMMUNICATION | SOCIOLOGY | Politicians | Social networks | Candidates | Political campaigns | Content analysis | Communication | Broadcasting | Elections | Messages | Tapping | UK | Consulting | Voters
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by Leiter, L. A and Lundman, P and da Silva, P. M and xel, H and Jünger, C and Gitt, A. K and Absenger, Guun and Albrich, Ernst and Allinger, Berndt and Allinger, Stephan and Anacher, Gerald and Angermayr, Gertraud and Angermeier, Hermann and Anzengruber, Aneas and Archimanitis, Gabriele and Arnsteiner, Patricia and Auberger, Wolfgang and Azhary, Mawaheb and Barfuss, Michael and Bauer, Christian and Bauer, Birgit Elisabeth and Beclin, Thomas and Binder, Thomas and Binder, Gabriele and Böhler, Dietmar and Brändle, Johann and Breslmair, Jörg and Brettlecker, Marlis and Bürger, Michael and Calvi, Inge and Dorfinger, Werner and Doringer-Schnepf, Elisabeth and Eer, Anton and Eckmayr, Christine and Eder, Franz and Egermann, Margit and Erath, Michael and Etzinger, Michael and Etzinger, Claudia and Fiedler, Lothar and Filip, Wolfgang and Filip, Michaela and Föchterle, Johann and Fodor, Anita and Frieden, Thomas and Gareiss, Mertens and Gföllner, Peter and Ghamarian, Thomas and Goritschan, Michael and Haar, Klaus and Habeler, Gerhard and Hadjiivanov, Valery and Haiböck, Christian and Hammer, Regina and Hartmann, Siegfried and Haschkovitz, Herbert and Hauer, Walter and Hauer, Josef and Haunschmidt, Christian and Heimayr, Christine and Hengl, Wolfgang and Hengl, Gunter and Hermann, Rudolf and Herrmann, Rainer and Hillebrand, Roswitha and Hintersteininger, Otto and Hirsch, Michael and Hitzinger, Martin and Hochegger, Tanja and Hockl, Wolfgang and Hoi, Michael and Hörmann, Jan and Hudler, Brigitte and Imb, Gerhard and Joichl, Anea and Jungbauer, Karl and Kapl, Gerlinde and Kerschbaum, Margit and Kienesberger, Franz and Killinger, Gerhard and Kitzler, Gerhard and Klein, Franz and Kleinbichler, Dietmar and Kohr, Anton and Kopetzky, Michael and Korthals, Christian and Kortschak, Werner and Koschutnik, Martin and Kraus, Werner A and Kurzemann, Susanne and Lavicka, Claus and Lehner, Guido and Lenz, Jürgen and Lepuschütz, Sabine and Lichtenwallner, Michael and Lober, Reinhard and Loidl, Christine and Lopatka, Eduard and Ludwig, Rudolf and Maca, Thomas and ... and DYSIS Investigators and DYSIS investigators
Diabetic medicine, ISSN 0742-3071, 2011, Volume 28, Issue 11, pp. 1343 - 1351
To assess the prevalence of persistent lipid abnormalities in statin-treated patients with diabetes with and without the metabolic syndrome. This was a... 
metabolic syndrome | cardiovascular disease | diabetes mellitus | dyslipidaemia | statins | Cardiovascular disease | Dyslipidaemia | Metabolic syndrome | Diabetes mellitus | Statins | METAANALYSIS | GUIDELINES | PREVENTION | DENSITY-LIPOPROTEIN CHOLESTEROL | THERAPY | REDUCTION | ENDOCRINOLOGY & METABOLISM | CORONARY-HEART-DISEASE | CLINICAL-PRACTICE | CARDIOVASCULAR RISK | LOW HDL-CHOLESTEROL | Hydroxymethylglutaryl-CoA Reductase Inhibitors - administration & dosage | Humans | Diabetic Angiopathies - etiology | Male | Metabolic Syndrome - drug therapy | Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2 - epidemiology | Metabolic Syndrome - blood | Canada - epidemiology | Cardiovascular Diseases - epidemiology | Cholesterol, LDL - blood | Female | Dyslipidemias - etiology | Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2 - complications | Metabolic Syndrome - epidemiology | Cardiovascular Diseases - etiology | Diabetic Angiopathies - chemically induced | Cross-Sectional Studies | Cholesterol, HDL - drug effects | Europe - epidemiology | Cholesterol, LDL - drug effects | Diabetic Angiopathies - blood | Anticholesteremic Agents - adverse effects | Metabolic Syndrome - complications | Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2 - blood | Dyslipidemias - epidemiology | Hydroxymethylglutaryl-CoA Reductase Inhibitors - adverse effects | Anticholesteremic Agents - administration & dosage | Dyslipidemias - chemically induced | Cholesterol, HDL - blood | Diabetic Angiopathies - epidemiology | Aged | Cardiovascular Diseases - chemically induced | Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2 - drug therapy | Diabetics | Blood cholesterol | Simvastatin | Low density lipoproteins | Triglycerides | Diabetes | Risk factors | Trans fatty acids
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Emerging Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1080-6040, 03/2013, Volume 19, Issue 3, pp. 488 - 492
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by Howard, James F and Utsugisawa, Kimiaki and Benatar, Michael and Murai, Hiroyuki and Barohn, Richard J and Illa, Isabel and Jacob, Saiju and Vissing, John and Burns, Ted M and Kissel, John T and Muppidi, Srikanth and Nowak, Richard J and O'Brien, Fanny and Wang, Jing-Jing and Mantegazza, Renato and Mazia, Claudio Gabriel and Wilken, Miguel and Ortea, Carolina and Saba, Juliet and Rugiero, Marcelo and Bettini, Mariela and Vidal, Gonzalo and Vidal, Nuria and Garcia, Rebekah and Garcia, Sonia and Garcia, Alejandra Dalila and Lamont, Phillipa and Leong, Wai-Kuen and Boterhoven, Heidi and Fyfe, Beverly and Roberts, Leslie and Jasinarachchi, Mahi and Willlems, Natasha and Wanschitz, Julia and Löscher, Wolfgang and De Bleecker, Jan and Van den Abeele, Guy and de Koning, Kathy and De Mey, Katrien and Mercelis, Rudy and Wagemaekers, Linda and Mahieu, Delphine and Van Damme, Philip and Smetcoren, Charlotte and Stevens, Olivier and Verjans, Sarah and D'Hondt, Ann and Tilkin, Petra and Alves de Siqueira Carvalho, Alzira and Hasan, Rosa and Dias Brockhausen, Igor and Feder, David and Ambrosio, Daniel and Melo, Ana Paula and Rocha, Rosana and Rosa, Bruno and Veiga, Thabata and Augusto da Silva, Luiz and Gonçalves Geraldo, Jordana and da Penha Morita Ananias, Maria and Nogueira Coelho, Erica and Paiva, Gabriel and Pozo, Marina and Prando, Natalia and Dada Martineli Torres, Debora and Fernanda Butinhao, Cristiani and Coelho, Erica and Renata Cubas Volpe, Luciana and Duran, Gustavo and Gomes da Silva, Tamires Cristina and Otavio Maia Gonçalves, Luiz and Pazetto, Lucas Eduardo and Souza Duca, Luciana and Suriane Fialho, Tomás Augusto and Gheller Friedrich, Maurício André and Guerreiro, Alexandre and Mohr, Henrique and Pereira Martins, Maurer and da Cruz Pacheco, Daiane and Macagnan, Ana Paula and de Cassia Santos, Aline and Bulle Oliveira, Acary Souza and Amaral de Andrade, Ana Carolina and Annes, Marcelo and Cavalcante Lino, Valeria and Pinto, Wladimir and Miranda, Carolina and Carrara, Fernanda and Souza, Iandra and Genge, Angela and Massie, Rami and Campbell, Natasha and Bril, Vera and Katzberg, Hans and Soltani, Mehran and Ng, Eduardo and Siddiqi, Zaeem and Phan, Celile and Blackmore, Derrick and Vohanka, Stanislav and ... and REGAIN Study Grp and REGAIN Study Group
The Lancet Neurology, ISSN 1474-4422, 12/2017, Volume 16, Issue 12, pp. 976 - 986
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