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This article is from Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research, volume 46.AbstractAn important disease among human metabolic disorders is type 2 diabetes mellitus. This disorder involves multiple physiological defects that result from high blood glucose content and eventually lead to the onset of insulin resistance. The combination of in

Author: Wu, C-W.; Biggar, K.K.; Storey, K.B.

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