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The changes in adenine nucleotides measured in glucose-stimulated rodent islets occur in beta cells but not in alpha cells and are also observed in human islets.

Bibliographic reference de Timary, Philippe ; Dejonghe, S ; Ling, Z ; Pipeleers, D. ; Schuit, F. C. ; et. al. The changes in adenine nucleotides measured in glucose-stimulated rodent islets occur in beta cells but not in alpha cells and are also observed in human islets.. In: The Journal of biological chemistry, Vol. 273, no. 51, p. 33905-8 (1998)
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