The type 2 deiodinase A/G (Thr92Ala) polymorphism is associated with decreased enzyme velocity and increased insulin resistance in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus

Luis Henrique Canani, Clarissa Capp, José Miguel Dora, Erika L. Souza Meyer, Márcia S. Wagner, John W. Harney, P. Reed Larsen, Jorge L. Gross, Antonio C. Bianco, Ana Luiza Maia

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