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Xth International Symposium on Insulin Receptors and Insulin Action
Zierath, Juleen R.
Structural insights into ligand-induced activation of the insulin receptor
Ward, C.; Lawrence, M.; Streltsov, V.; Garrett, T.; McKern, N.; Lou, M.-Z.; Lovrecz, G.; Adams, T.
The protein kinases ERK1/2 and their roles in pancreatic beta cells
Lawrence, M.; Shao, C.; Duan, L.; McGlynn, K.; Cobb, M. H.
FOXO transcription factors in ageing and cancer
Greer, E. L.; Brunet, A.
SOCS proteins causing trouble in insulin action
Lebrun, P.; Van Obberghen, E.
Role of interleukin-6 signalling in glucose and lipid metabolism
Glund, S.; Krook, A.
LRb signals act within a distributed network of leptin-responsive neurones to mediate leptin action
Leinninger, G. M.; Myers, M. G.
Small G proteins in insulin action: Rab and Rho families at the crossroads of signal transduction and GLUT4 vesicle traffic
Ishikura, S.; Koshkina, A.; Klip, A.
Rab proteins in endocytosis and Glut4 trafficking
Kaddai, V.; Le Marchand-Brustel, Y.; Cormont, M.
The mass action hypothesis: formation of Glut4 storage vesicles, a tissue-specific, regulated exocytic compartment
Pilch, P. F.
RNAi screens reveal novel metabolic regulators: RIP140, MAP4k4 and the lipid droplet associated fat specific protein (FSP) 27
Puri, V.; Virbasius, J. V.; Guilherme, A.; Czech, M. P.
Pathophysiology and treatment of patients with type 2 diabetes exhibiting failure to oral drugs
Efendic, S.; Alvarsson, M.; Brismar, K.; Wagner, H.
Exercise training-induced improvements in insulin action
Hawley, J. A.; Lessard, S. J.
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