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Is Zinc Essential to Modulate Insulin Sensitivity?

  • Patrice Faure
  • Serge Halimi
  • Sophie Bouvard
  • Olivier Ramon
  • Karipne Lalane
  • Anne Marie Roussel
  • Alain Emile Favier
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Insulin Activity Zinc Supplementation Zinc Status Prediabetic State Zinc Depletion 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Patrice Faure
    • 1
  • Serge Halimi
  • Sophie Bouvard
  • Olivier Ramon
  • Karipne Lalane
  • Anne Marie Roussel
  • Alain Emile Favier
  1. 1.LBSO Laboratoire de Biologie du Stress OxydantHôpital A. MichallonGrenobleFrance

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