The de novo phospholipid effect of insulin is associated with increases in diacylglycerol, but not inositol phosphates or cytosolic Ca2+

R. V. Farese, J. S. Davis, D. E. Barnes, M. L. Standaert, J. S. Babischkin, R. Hock, N. K. Rosic, R. J. Pollet

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