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Acute nutrient regulation of the unfolded protein response and integrated stress response in cultured rat pancreatic islets.

Bibliographic reference Elouil, Hajar ; Bensellam, Mohammed ; Guiot, Yves ; Vander Mierde, Dirk ; Pascal, Séverine ; et. al. Acute nutrient regulation of the unfolded protein response and integrated stress response in cultured rat pancreatic islets.. In: Diabetologia, Vol. 50, no. 7, p. 1442-1452 (2007)
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