Identification of AnnexinA1 as an Endogenous Regulator of RhoA, and Its Role in the Pathophysiology and Experimental Therapy of Type-2 Diabetes

G.S.D. Purvis, M. Collino, R.A. Loiola, A. Baragetti, F. Chiazza, M. Brovelli, M.H. Sheikh, D. Collotta, A. Cento, R. Mastrocola, M. Aragno, J.C. Cutrin, C. Reutelingsperger, L. Grigore, A.L. Catapano, M.M. Yaqoob, G.D. Norata, E. Solito*, C. Thiemermann*

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