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Regulation of hepatic glycogen synthetase of rana catesbeiana studies of atp inhibition with reference to insulin activation of glycogen synthetase

, : Regulation of hepatic glycogen synthetase of rana catesbeiana studies of atp inhibition with reference to insulin activation of glycogen synthetase. Journal of Biological Chemistry 246(9): 2959-2964

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