Quantitative mass spectrometry for human melanocortin peptides in vitro and in vivo suggests prominent roles for β-MSH and desacetyl α-MSH in energy homeostasis
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Quantitative mass spectrometry for human melanocortin peptides in vitro and in vivo suggests prominent roles for β-MSH and desacetyl α-MSH in energy homeostasis

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Quantitative mass spectrometry for human melanocortin peptides in vitro and in vivo suggests prominent roles for β-MSH and desacetyl α-MSH in energy homeostasis

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Kirwan, Peter; Kay, Richard G.; Brouwers, Bas; Herranz Pérez, Vicente; Jura, Magdalena; Larraufie, Pierre; Jerber, Julie; Pembroke, Jason; Bartels, Theresa; White, Anne; Gribble, Fiona M.; Reimann, Frank; Farooqi, I. Sadaf; O'Rahilly, Stephen; Merkle, Florian T.
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    Kirwan, Peter Kay, Richard G. Brouwers, Bas Herranz Pérez, Vicente Jura, Magdalena Larraufie, Pierre Jerber, Julie Pembroke, Jason Bartels, Theresa White, Anne Gribble, Fiona M. Reimann, Frank Farooqi, I. Sadaf O'Rahilly, Stephen Merkle, Florian T. 2018 Quantitative mass spectrometry for human melanocortin peptides in vitro and in vivo suggests prominent roles for β-MSH and desacetyl α-MSH in energy homeostasis Molecular Metabolism 17 82 97
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molmet.2018.08.006

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