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Decreased in situ insulin receptor dephosphorylation in hyperglycemia-induced insulin resistance in rat adipocytes.

Tang S, Le-Tien H, Goldstein BJ, Shin P, Lai R, Fantus IG.

Diabetes. 2001 Jan;50(1):83-90.

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Regulation of insulin receptor kinase by multisite phosphorylation.

Yu KT, Pessin JE, Czech MP.

Biochimie. 1985 Oct-Nov;67(10-11):1081-93.

PMID:
3000458
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Protein kinase C and insulin receptor beta-subunit serine phosphorylation in cultured foetal rat hepatocytes.

Zachayus JL, Cherqui G, Plas C.

Mol Cell Endocrinol. 1994 Oct;105(1):11-20.

PMID:
7529733
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Dephosphorylation of human insulin-like growth factor I (IGF-I) receptors by membrane-associated tyrosine phosphatases.

Peraldi P, Hauguel-de Mouzon S, Alengrin F, Van Obberghen E.

Biochem J. 1992 Jul 1;285 ( Pt 1):71-8.

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Effect of aging on the kinetic characteristics of the insulin receptor autophosphorylation in rat adipocytes.

Ruíz P, Pulido JA, Martínez C, Carrascosa JM, Satrústegui J, Andrés A.

Arch Biochem Biophys. 1992 Jul;296(1):231-8.

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1318691
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Mechanism of defective insulin-receptor kinase activity in NIDDM. Evidence for two receptor populations.

Brillon DJ, Freidenberg GR, Henry RR, Olefsky JM.

Diabetes. 1989 Mar;38(3):397-403.

PMID:
2465197
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Tumor-promoting phorbol esters increase the Km of the ATP-binding site of the insulin receptor kinase from rat adipocytes.

Häring H, Kirsch D, Obermaier B, Ermel B, Machicao F.

J Biol Chem. 1986 Mar 15;261(8):3869-75.

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Inhibitory effect of fluoride on insulin receptor autophosphorylation and tyrosine kinase activity.

Viñals F, Testar X, Palacín M, Zorzano A.

Biochem J. 1993 Apr 15;291 ( Pt 2):615-22.

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Pervanadate [peroxide(s) of vanadate] mimics insulin action in rat adipocytes via activation of the insulin receptor tyrosine kinase.

Fantus IG, Kadota S, Deragon G, Foster B, Posner BI.

Biochemistry. 1989 Oct 31;28(22):8864-71.

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