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Searching the new markers of insulin resistance: what does the level of hormones mean? the possible role of SHBG, testosterone, vitamin D and increased active cell mass in diagnosing insulin resistance: the results of a descriptive cross-sectional study

      Introduction: Insulin resistance (IR) is the key process of aging. Correction of IR should be the first line treatment of age-related diseases. There is no “universal” marker of IR. Usually the diagnosis is based on the complex of symptoms (obesity, acanthosis nigricans, elevated C-peptide, ACE criteria, etc). In our study we propose another possible markers of IR.
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