Liraglutide (NN2211) is a long-acting glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonist.
27/10/2016, Chloe Mica

Vitamin D - the Sun Hormone

From a biologists point of view we discuss the importance of Cholecalciferol, better known as Vitamin D, for the evolution of life, the medical implications that arose when humans started migrating in
15/06/2015, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Horst Göring

DocCheck Technical Manual

With the DocCheck Login you are able to very simply establish a protected area on your site, which is only accessible to (medical) professionals. The DocCheck password protection is an identification
19/10/2015, DocCheck Industry International

Vitamin D deficiency in Europaens today and in viking settlers of Greenland

Aus biologischer Sicht ist ein Vitamin D-Mangel beim Menschen (und nicht nur beim Menschen) keine Erscheinung unserer Zeit, sondern eine jahrtausendlange Belastung in Europa. Nirgends in der Welt lebe
03/02/2017, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Horst Göring

Elevated Plasma Vitamin B 12 Levels as a Marker for Cancer

A substantial proportion of patients reffered for plasma vitamin B 12 measurement present with high levels, which have been reported in patients with different cancer types. This population-based coho
11/02/2015, Dr. med. Juergen Fittschen

Vitamin D Deficiency in Europaens Today and in Viking settlers of Greenland

From a biological point of view, vitamin D deficiency in humans (and not just in humans) is not a phenomenon of our time but a thousand-year-old strain on Europe. Nowhere else in the world do so many
11/03/2017, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Horst Göring

DocCheck User Statistics International

Since April 2014 DocCheck counts more than 1,000,000 registered users. Here you can have a look at the specific distribution (profession, discipline, etc.).
04/06/2014, DocCheck Industry International


Hyponatremia is the most common cause lethargy in geriatric. Knowledge of hyponatremia, should give better outcome.
23/01/2016, Dr Margareth Gracia

Expression of MACC1 and c-Met in human gastric cancer and its clinical significance

Recent studies have suggested that the metastasis-associated colon cancer1 (MACC1) gene can promote tumor proliferation, invasion and metastasis through an upregulation of c-Met expression. However, i
23/01/2014, Guo et al.


18/07/2016, Prof. Dr. Paul Roesch

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