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Differential Expression of Novel Adiponectin Receptor-1 Transcripts in Skeletal Muscle of Subjects With Normal Glucose Tolerance and Type 2 Diabetes

By Reut Ashwal, Rina Hemi, Amir Tirosh, Reut Gordin, Eleanor Yissachar, Anat Cohen-Dayag, Avi Rosenberg, Avraham Karasik, Matthias Blüher and Hannah Kanety
Topics: Pathophysiology
Publisher: American Diabetes Association
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