Publications by: Fadi Charchar

Also publishes as (Fadi J. Charchar)

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Wang, Yutang, Fang, Yan, Witting, Paul K., Charchar, Fadi J., Sobey, Christopher G., Drummond, Grant R., and Golledge, Jonathan (2023) Dietary fatty acids and mortality risk from heart disease in US adults: an analysis based on NHANES. Scientific Reports, 13 (1). 1614.

Wang, Yutang, Fang, Yan, Magliano, Dianna J., Charchar, Fadi J., Sobey, Christopher G., Drummond, Grant R., and Golledge, Jonathan (2023) Fasting triglycerides are positively associated with cardiovascular mortality risk in people with diabetes. Cardiovascular Research, 119 (3). pp. 826-834.

Yang, Guang, Qian, Tingting, Sun, Hui, Xu, Qun, Hou, Xujuan, Hu, Wenqi, Zhang, Guang, Drummond, Grant R., Sobey, Christopher G., Witting, Paul K., Denton, Kate M., Charchar, Fadi J., Golledge, Jonathan, and Wang, Yutang (2022) Adjustment for body mass index changes inverse associations of HDL-cholesterol with blood pressure and hypertension to positive associations. Journal of Human Hypertension, 36. pp. 570-579.

Qian, Tingting, Sun, Hui, Xu, Qun, Hou, Xujuan, Hu, Wenqi, Zhang, Guang, Drummond, Grant R., Sobey, Christopher G., Charchar, Fadi J., Golledge, Jonathan, Wang, Yutang, and Yang, Guang (2021) Hyperuricemia is independently associated with hypertension in men under 60 years in a general Chinese population. Journal of Human Hypertension, 35. pp. 1020-1028.

Wang, Yutang, Zhang, Wanlin, Qian, Tingting, Sun, Hui, Xu, Qun, Hou, Xujuan, Hu, Wenqi, Zhang, Guang, Drummond, Grant, Sobey, Christopher, Charchar, Fadi, Golledge, Jonathan, and Yang, Guang (2021) Reduced renal function may explain the higher prevalence of hyperuricemia in older people. Scientific Reports, 11. 1302.

Eales, James M., Jiang, Xiao, Xu, Xiaoguang, Saluja, Sushant, Akbarov, Artur, Cano-Gamez, Eddie, McNulty, Michelle T., Finan, Christopher, Guo, Hui, Wystrychowski, Wojciech, Szulinska, Monika, Thomas, Huw B., Pramanik, Sanjeev, Chopade, Sandesh, Prestes, Priscilla R., Wise, Ingrid, Evangelou, Evangelos, Salehi, Mahan, Shakanti, Yusif, Ekholm, Mikael, Denniff, Matthew, Nazgiewicz, Alicja, Eichinger, Felix, Godfrey, Bradley, Antczak, Andrzej, Glyda, Maciej, Król, Robert, Eyre, Stephen, Brown, Jason, Berzuini, Carlo, Bowes, John, Caulfield, Mark, Zukowska-Szczechowska, Ewa, Zywiec, Joanna, Bogdanski, Pawel, Kretzler, Matthias, Woolf, Adrian S., Talavera, David, Keavney, Bernard, Maffia, Pasquale, Guzik, Tomasz J., O’Keefe, Raymond T., Trynka, Gosia, Samani, Nilesh J., Hingorani, Aroon, Sampson, Matthew G., Morris, Andrew P., Charchar, Fadi J., and Tomaszewski, Maciej (2021) Uncovering genetic mechanisms of hypertension through multi-omic analysis of the kidney. Nature Genetics, 53 (5). pp. 630-637.

Wang, Yutang, Nguyen, Dinh Tam, Yang, Guang, Anesi, Jack, Kelly, Jason, Chai, Zhonglin, Ahmady, Fahima, Charchar, Fadi, and Golledge, Jonathan (2021) A modified MTS proliferation assay for suspended cells to avoid the interference by Hydralazine and beta-Mercaptoethanol. Assay and Drug Development Technologies, 19 (3).

Wang, Yutang, Nguyen, Dinh Tam, Yang, Guang, Anesi, Jack, Chai, Zhonglin, Charchar, Fadi, and Golledge, Jonathan (2020) An improved 3-(4,5-dimethylthiazol-2-yl)-5-(3-carboxymethoxyphenyl)-2-(4-sulfophenyl)-2H-tetrazolium proliferation assay to overcome the interference of hydralazine. Assay and Drug Development Technologies, 18 (8). pp. 379-384.

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