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Decreasing cx36 gap junction coupling compensates for overactive KATP channels to restore insulin secretion and prevent hyperglycemia in a mouse model of neonatal diabetes.

Nguyen LM, Pozzoli M, Hraha TH, Benninger RK. Decreasing cx36 gap junction coupling compensates for overactive KATP channels to restore insulin secretion and prevent hyperglycemia in a mouse model of neonatal diabetes. Diabetes. 2014 May; 63(5):1685-97.

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