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Hormonal regulation of the insulin-responsive glucose transporter, GLUT4: some recent advances

  • Callum Livingstone (a1), Fiona J. Thomson (a1), Margaret I. Arbuckle (a1), Ian W. Campbell (a1), Thomas J. Jess (a1), Susan Kane (a1), Colin Moyes (a1), Lisa M. Porter (a1), Jacqueline E. Rice (a1), Michael J. Seatter (a1) and Gwyn W. Gould (a1)...
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