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Glucagon & Insulin Levels in Liver specific Men1 KO, HET, and WT's
Energy balance in Liver specific Men1 KO, HET, and WT's on HF Diet
Peptide measurement in randomly bred wild caught mice from Gough Island, wild-derived inbred WSB, and F2s from a cross between Gough and WSB
Metabolic measurements in conditional Rdh10 KO mice
Analytical Study in Pdx1-Grp78 KO Mice
Circulating hormone and lipid levels in Id2 KO mice
Mauricio Di Fulvio
Lipid profiles, glucagon, leptin, adiponectin of Slc12a1tm2Haca mice (MMDWSU0316)
Analytical Study in Liver-Arrdc3 KO Mice
Serum lipids, insulin, glucagon in ob/ob females (12wks) transfected w/ pCMV6-FGFBP3 / MAWGU0715
Serum lipids, insulin, glucagon in ob/ob females (20wks) transfected w/ pCMV6-FGFBP3 / MAWGU0815
Circulating hormone and lipid levels in Id2 KO mice pt2
Associated MP Terms
MP:0002695 - abnormal circulating glucagon level
MP:0002696 - decreased circulating glucagon level
MP:0002710 - increased glucagon secretion
MP:0002711 - decreased glucagon secretion
MP:0002712 - increased circulating glucagon level
MP:0003565 - abnormal glucagon secretion
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