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Effects of contraction and insulin on protein synthesis, AMP-activated protein kinase and phosphorylation state of translation factors in rat skeletal muscle.

Bibliographic reference Miranda, Lisa ; Horman, Sandrine ; De Potter, Isabelle ; Hue, Louis ; Jensen, Jørgen ; et. al. Effects of contraction and insulin on protein synthesis, AMP-activated protein kinase and phosphorylation state of translation factors in rat skeletal muscle.. In: Pflügers Archiv : European journal of physiology, Vol. 455, no. 6, p. 1129-40 (2008)
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