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Figure 1 | Journal of Translational Medicine

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From: Bisphenol-A plasma levels are related to inflammatory markers, visceral obesity and insulin-resistance: a cross-sectional study on adult male population

Figure 1

Percentage of patients affected by metabolic syndrome (MS) in the two groups divided considering the median bisphenol-A (BPA) plasma value of 0.94 ng/ml. Four subjects out of 38 (11%) in the group with BPA plasma levels <0.94 ng/ml have MS, while 16 out of 38 (42%) were MS positive (MS+) in the group with BPA plasma levels >0.94 ng/ml.

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