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Metabolomics with severity of radiographic knee osteoarthritis and early phase synovitis in middle-aged women from the Iwaki Health Promotion Project: a cross-sectional study

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Title
Metabolomics with severity of radiographic knee osteoarthritis and early phase synovitis in middle-aged women from the Iwaki Health Promotion Project: a cross-sectional study
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Arthritis Research & Therapy, June 2022
DOI 10.1186/s13075-022-02830-w
Authors

Eiji Sasaki, Hiroyuki Yamamoto, Toru Asari, Rira Matsuta, Seiya Ota, Yuka Kimura, Shizuka Sasaki, Kyota Ishibashi, Yuji Yamamoto, Kenjiro Kami, Masataka Ando, Eiichi Tsuda, Yasuyuki Ishibashi

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#19,618,339
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#2,690
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