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Envejecimiento y cambios endocrinológicos

Los efectos de la edad sobre el eje hipotálamo-hipofiso-suprarrenal, los cambios en el calcio y el metabolismo óseo y la homeostasis de la glucosa
Autor/a: van den Beld, Kaufman JM, Zillikens MC, Lamberts SWJ, Egan JM, van der Lely AJ. Lancet Diabetes Endocrinol 2018; 6: 647–58
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