Anti-inflammatory effects of isoflavones are dependent on flow and human endothelial cell PPAR gamma

Balu K. Chacko, Robert T. Chandler, Tracy L. D'Alessandro, Ameya Mundhekar, Nicholas K. H. Khoo, Nigel Botting, Stephen Barnes, Rakesh P. Patel

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