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Increased sensitivity but normal responsiveness of the antilipolytic action of insulin in adipocytes from diabetic rats

Increased sensitivity but normal responsiveness of the antilipolytic action of insulin in adipocytes from diabetic rats

Diabetologia 30(7): 542A

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