Cysteine as a Biomarker for Sleep Apnea

Kuritzky, Louis
April 2011
Internal Medicine Alert;4/15/2011 Supplement 4, p55
The article discusses the study which examines the cysteine as a biomarker of the obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) associated with cardiovascular problem in Florida.


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