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Rosiglitazone promotes PPAR?-dependent and -independent alterations in gene expression in mouse islets.

Welters HJ, El Ouaamari A, Kawamori D, Meyer J, Hu J, Smith DM, Kulkarni RN. Rosiglitazone promotes PPAR?-dependent and -independent alterations in gene expression in mouse islets. Endocrinology. 2012 Oct; 153(10):4593-9.

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