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Stimulating effects of insulin and low density lipoprotein on growth of hela cells after change to a potassium depleted medium dependency on cell cycle


, : Stimulating effects of insulin and low density lipoprotein on growth of hela cells after change to a potassium depleted medium dependency on cell cycle. Japanese Journal of Physiology 41(SUPPL): S53


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