The Role of Heat Shock Response in Insulin Resistance and Diabetes
Tatsuya Kondo (Kondo T), Hiroyuki Motoshima (Motoshima H), Motoyuki Igata (Igata M), Junji Kawashima (Kawashima J), Takeshi Matsumura (Matsumura T), Hirofumi Kai (Kai H), Eiichi Araki (Araki E)
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