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Fibroblasts derived from long-lived insulin receptor substrate 1 null mice are not resistant to multiple forms of stress.

Bibliographic reference Page, Melissa ; Sinclair A. ; Robb E.L. ; et. al. Fibroblasts derived from long-lived insulin receptor substrate 1 null mice are not resistant to multiple forms of stress.. In: Aging Cell, Vol. 13, p. 962-964
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