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Comparison of the effects of insulin and H2O2 on adipocyte glucose transport


, : Comparison of the effects of insulin and H2O2 on adipocyte glucose transport. Journal of Cellular Physiology 110(3): 323-328


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PMID: 7045141

DOI: 10.1002/jcp.1041100318


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