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Glucagon stimulates adenylate cyclase through GR2 glucagon receptors : a process which can be attenuated by glucagon stimulating inositol phospholipid metabolism through GR1 glucagon receptors

Houslay, M D and Wakelam, M J and Murphy, G J and Gawler, D J and Pyne, N J (1989) Glucagon stimulates adenylate cyclase through GR2 glucagon receptors : a process which can be attenuated by glucagon stimulating inositol phospholipid metabolism through GR1 glucagon receptors. Biochemical Society Transactions, 15 (1). pp. 21-24. ISSN 0300-5127

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Abstract

This article looks at glucagon stimulates adenylate cyclase through GR2 glucagon receptors