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Magnesium-dependent phosphatase-1 is a protein-fructosamine-6-phosphatase potentially involved in glycation repair.

Bibliographic reference Fortpied, Juliette ; Maliekal, Pushpa ; Vertommen, Didier ; Van Schaftingen, Emile. Magnesium-dependent phosphatase-1 is a protein-fructosamine-6-phosphatase potentially involved in glycation repair.. In: The Journal of biological chemistry, Vol. 281, no. 27, p. 18378-85 (2006)
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