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On the Mechanism By Which Glucocorticoids Cause the Activation of Glycogen-synthase in Mouse and Rat Livers

Bibliographic reference Laloux, Monique ; Stalmans, W. ; Hers, HG.. On the Mechanism By Which Glucocorticoids Cause the Activation of Glycogen-synthase in Mouse and Rat Livers. In: European Journal of Biochemistry, Vol. 136, no. 1, p. 175-181 (1983)
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