PMID: 4150238Jan 3, 1974

Hormonal regulation of rat liver cells cultured in chemically defined medium. Dexamethasone and insulin effects on different forms of tyrosine 2-oxoglutarate transaminase

European Journal of Biochemistry
L E GerschensonM Andersson

Abstract

No abstract listed.

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