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Serum lysophosphatidylcholines to phosphatidylcholines ratio is associated with symptomatic responders to symptomatic drugs in knee osteoarthritis patients

19:00 EST 5 Nov 2019 | Arthritis Research and Therapy

Identification of the optimal treatment for a given patient is of paramount importance. This is of particular relevance in osteoarthritis (OA) because of the high prevalence of the disease, extensive heterogen...

Original Article: Serum lysophosphatidylcholines to phosphatidylcholines ratio is associated with symptomatic responders to symptomatic drugs in knee osteoarthritis patients

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