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The effect of tolbutamide and glibenclamide on the incorporation of ( 3 H)leucine and on the conversion of proinsulin to insulin in isolated pancreatic islets



The effect of tolbutamide and glibenclamide on the incorporation of ( 3 H)leucine and on the conversion of proinsulin to insulin in isolated pancreatic islets



Febs Letters 26(1): 237-240




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