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Placental lactogens induce serotonin biosynthesis in a subset of mouse beta cells during pregnancy

Bibliographic reference Schraenen, Anica ; Lemaire, Kathleen ; de Faudeur, Geoffroy ; Hendrickx, N. ; Granvik, Mikaela ; et. al. Placental lactogens induce serotonin biosynthesis in a subset of mouse beta cells during pregnancy. In: Diabetologia, Vol. 53, no. 12, p. 2589-2599 (2010)
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