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Benjamin B La Brot

Title(s)Clinical Assistant Professor of Medical Education (Part-Time)
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    1. Cremer P, Nagel D, Mann H, Labrot B, Müller-Berninger R, Elster H, Seidel D. Ten-year follow-up results from the Goettingen Risk, Incidence and Prevalence Study (GRIPS). I. Risk factors for myocardial infarction in a cohort of 5790 men. Atherosclerosis. 1997 Mar 21; 129(2):221-30. PMID: 9105565.
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    2. Cremer P, Nagel D, Labrot B, Mann H, Muche R, Elster H, Seidel D. Lipoprotein Lp(a) as predictor of myocardial infarction in comparison to fibrinogen, LDL cholesterol and other risk factors: results from the prospective Göttingen Risk Incidence and Prevalence Study (GRIPS). Eur J Clin Invest. 1994 Jul; 24(7):444-53. PMID: 7957500.
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    3. Peter R, Siegrist J, Stork J, Mann H, Labrot B. [Cigarette smoking and psychosocial work stress in middle-management employees]. Soz Praventivmed. 1991; 36(6):315-21. PMID: 1763568.
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    4. Cremer P, Muche R, Kruse-Lösler B, Seidel D, Labrot B. [Risk of myocardial infarct in 40 to 60-year-old males in relation to potential risk factors of atherosclerosis. Intermediate evaluation of the Göttingen risk, incidence and prevalence study following a 5-year observation period]. Versicherungsmedizin. 1989 Sep 01; 41(5):154-62. PMID: 2800095.
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    5. Cremer P, Elster H, Labrot B, Kruse B, Muche R, Seidel D. Incidence rates of fatal and nonfatal myocardial infarction in relation to the lipoprotein profile: first prospective results from the Göttingen Risk, Incidence, and Prevalence Study (GRIPS). Klin Wochenschr. 1988; 66 Suppl 11:42-9. PMID: 3263539.
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