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Glucagon desensitisation of adenylate cyclase in hepatocytes : an action mediated by a distinct population of glucagon receptors coupled to inositol phospholipid metabolism

Houslay, M.D. and Murphy, G J and Heyworth, C M and Pyne, Nigel and Wakelam, M J (1987) Glucagon desensitisation of adenylate cyclase in hepatocytes : an action mediated by a distinct population of glucagon receptors coupled to inositol phospholipid metabolism. In: Molecular Mechanisms of Desensitization to Signal Molecules. NATO ASI Series . Springer-Verlag. ISBN 9780387173917

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Abstract

This chapter looks at glucagon desensitisation of adenylate cyclase in hepatocytes