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Insulin-like growth factor 2 and the insulin receptor, but not insulin, regulate fetal hepatic glycogen synthesis.
Regulation of hepatic glycogen in the insulin-like growth factor II-deficient mouse.
Placental glycogen stores are increased in mice with H19 null mutations but not in those with insulin or IGF type 1 receptor mutations.
Insulin-like growth factor II affects the appearance and glycogen content of glycogen cells in the murine placenta.
Fetal-Glycogen Regulation by Insulin-like Growth Factors
IGFII AND PERINATAL CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM
IGF II AND PLACENTAL AND FETAL DEVELOPMENT