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12016High molecular weight adiponectin levels are neither influenced by adiponectin polymorphisms nor associated with insulin resistance in mixed-ancestry hyperglycemic subjects from South AfricaZemlin, Annalise E ; Matsha, Tandi ; Kengne, Andre Pascal ; Hon, Gloudina Mary ; Erasmus, Rajiv T 
22011Monounsaturated fatty acids in blood cell membranes from patients with multiple sclerosis InflammationHon, Gloudina Maria ; Hassan, Mogamat Shafick ; van Rensburg, Susan Janse ; Abel, Stefan ; Erasmus, Rajiv T ; Matsha, Tandi 
32013Multiple sclerosis-associated retrovirus and related human endogenous retrovirus-W in patients with multiple sclerosis: A literature reviewHon, Gloudina M ; Erasmus, Rajiv T ; Matsha, Tandi 
42013Optimal waist-to-height ratio values for cardiometabolic risk screening in an ethnically diverse sample of South African urban and rural school boys and girlsMatsha, Tandi ; Kengne, Andre Pascal ; Yako, Yandiswa ; Hon, Gloudina M ; Hassan, Mogamat Shafick ; Erasmus, Rajiv T 
52011Plasma non-esterified fatty acids in patients with multiple sclerosisHon, Gloudina M ; Hassan, Mogamat Shafick ; van Rensburg, Janse S ; Abel, Stefan ; Erasmus, Rajiv T ; Matsha, Tandi 
62017Platelet, monocyte and neutrophil activation and glucose tolerance in South African Mixed Ancestry individualsDavison, Glenda Mary ; Nkambule, Bongani B ; Mkandla, Zibusiso ; Hon, Gloudina M ; Kengne, Andre Pascal ; Erasmus, Rajiv T ; Matsha, Tandi 
72018T-cell activation and dysfunction in hyperglycaemiaNyambuya, MT ; Davison, Glenda Mary ; Hon, Gloudina Mary ; Kengne, Andre Pascal ; Erasmus, RT ; Matsha, Tandi 
82013Three-year’s changes in glucose tolerance status in the Bellville South cohort: Rates and phenotypes associated with progressionMatsha, Tandi ; Soita, DJ ; Hassan, Mogamat Shafick ; Hon, Gloudina Mary ; Yako, Yandiswa ; Kengne, Andre Pascal ; Erasmus, Rajiv T 

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