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Insulin Signaling in Human Adipocytes a Systems Biology Approach

Linköping 2012

Linköping University Medical Dissertation No. 1331

Cecilia Brännmark

Cecilia Brännmark Insulin Signaling in Human Adipocytes Linköping 2012

Division of Cell Biology

Department of Clinical and Experimental Medicine Faculty of Health Sciences, Linköping University

SE-58185 Linköping, SWEDEN www.liu.se

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