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Regulation of glycerol kinase by insulin in isolated fat cells and liver of bar harbor obese mice


, : Regulation of glycerol kinase by insulin in isolated fat cells and liver of bar harbor obese mice. Diabetologia 7(5): 316-322


Accession: 006288153

PMID: 4109148

DOI: 10.1007/bf01219464

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