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adiponectin, total (adiponectin total)
micrograms per milliliter (µg/ml)
Total adiponectin in the serum or plasma.
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Metabolic measurements in conditional Rdh10 KO mice
Circulating lipids and inflammatory markers in NCoR mice
Circulating hormone and lipid levels in Id2 KO mice
Circulating hormone and metabolite levels of wild mice caught in Florida and New York
Circulating levels of hormones and proinflammatory markers in HopX Tg mice
Metabolic measurements in wild mice
Metabolic measurements in young vs old B6 mice fed high fat diet
Circulating adiponectin levels in young and old B6 mice
Circulating hormone and lipid levels in Id2 KO mice pt2
Associated MP Terms
MP:0004891 - abnormal adiponectin level
MP:0004892 - increased adiponectin level
MP:0004893 - decreased adiponectin level
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