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    1. LEGGETTFRAZIER N; SWANSON MS; VINCENT PA; POKORNY ME; ENGELKE MK
      TELEPHONE COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN DIABETES CLIENTS AND NURSE EDUCATORS

      The Diabetes educator
    2. PARKER MT; LEGGETTFRAZIER N; VINCENT PA; SWANSON MS
      THE IMPACT OF AN EDUCATIONAL-PROGRAM ON IMPROVING DIABETES KNOWLEDGE AND CHANGING BEHAVIORS OF NURSES IN LONG-TERM-CARE FACILITIES

      The Diabetes educator
    3. HOUMARD JA; WEIDNER MD; DOLAN PL; LEGGETTFRAZIER N; GAVIGAN KE; RICKEY MS; TYNDALL GL; ZHEN DH; ALSHAMI A; DOHM GL
      SKELETAL-MUSCLE GLUT4 PROTEIN-CONCENTRATION AND AGING IN HUMANS

      Diabetes
    4. LONG SD; OBRIEN K; MACDONALD KG; LEGGETTFRAZIER N; SWANSON MS; PORIES WJ; CARO JF
      WEIGHT LESS IN SEVERELY OBESE SUBJECTS PREVENTS THE PROGRESSION OF IMPAIRED GLUCOSE-TOLERANCE TO TYPE-II DIABETES

      Diabetes care
    5. LEGGETTFRAZIER N; TURNER MS; VINCENT PA
      MEASURING THE DIABETES KNOWLEDGE OF NURSES IN LONG-TERM-CARE FACILITIES

      The Diabetes educator
    6. POULOS JE; LEGGETTFRAZIER N; KHAZANIE P; LONG S; SPORTSMAN R; MACDONALD K; CARO JF
      CIRCULATING INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH-FACTOR-I CONCENTRATIONS IN CLINICALLYSEVERE OBESE PATIENTS WITH AND WITHOUT NIDDM IN RESPONSE TO WEIGHT-LOSS

      Hormone and Metabolic Research
    7. CAREY JO; AZEVEDO JL; TAPSCOTT EB; LEGGETTFRAZIER N; PORIES WP; DOHM GL
      OKADAIC ACID AND PHENYLARSINE OXIDE STIMULATE 2-DEOXYGLUCOSE TRANSPORT IN INSULIN-RESISTANT HUMAN SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Diabetes
    8. HOUMARD JA; SHINEBARGER MH; DOLAN PL; LEGGETTFRAZIER N; BRUNER RK; MCCAMMON MR; ISRAEL RG; DOHM GL
      EXERCISE TRAINING INCREASES GLUT-4 PROTEIN-CONCENTRATION IN PREVIOUSLY SEDENTARY MIDDLE-AGED MEN

      The American journal of physiology


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