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2.Oxygen saturation, red blood cell tissue fraction and speed resolved perfusion – A new optical method for microcirculatoryassessment. Jonasson H, Fredriksson I, Pettersson A, Larsson M, Strömberg T. Microvascular Research. 102, 2015.
3.Skin microvascular endothelial dysfunction is associated with type 2 diabetes independently ofmicroalbuminuria and arterial stiffness. Jonasson H, Bergstrand S, et al. Diabetes and VascularDisease Research. 14(4), 2017.
4.The relationship between forearm skin speed-resolved perfusion and oxygen saturation, and finger arterial pulsationamplitudes, as indirect measures of endothelial function. Bergstrand S, Morales M-A, Coppini G, Larsson M, Strömberg T.Microcirculation. 25(2), 2018.
5.Validation of speed-resolved laser Doppler perfusion in a multimodal optical system using a blood-flow phantom. JonassonH, Fredriksson I, Larsson M, Strömberg T, Journal of Biomedical Optics 24(9), 2019.
6.Normative data and the influence of age and sex on microcirculatory function in a middle-aged cohort: results from theSCAPIS study. Jonasson H, Bergstrand S, et al. American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology 318(4),2020.