DOI:  10.2337/db11-0578  Methazolamide Is a New Hepatic Insulin Sensitizer That Lowers Blood Glucose In Vivo
Author: Konstantopoulos, N..  v. 61  no. 8, pp. 2146- 2154
ISSN:  0012-1797  EISSN:  1939-327X 
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