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Regulation of glycogen synthase activity in choriocarcinoma cells. Effect of glucose starvation on the conversion of synthase D to synthase I and the kinetic properties of the enzyme

, : Regulation of glycogen synthase activity in choriocarcinoma cells. Effect of glucose starvation on the conversion of synthase D to synthase I and the kinetic properties of the enzyme. European Journal of Biochemistry 95(3): 477-485

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