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In magic tricks involving false transfer, the conjurer typically creates the illusion of transferring a coin from one hand into the other, which is then closed into a fist, while in reality the coin is kept hidden in the first hand. The magical experience occurs when the closed fist of the second hand is opened and shown to be empty. According to(More)
In this study, we demonstrate the use of 2H2O, in a manner analogous to 3H2O, to study gluconeogenic flux (deuterium labeling at the carbon-6 position of glucose) relative to overall flux through glucose 6-phosphate (deuterium labeling at the carbon-2 position of glucose) into glucose output and glycogen synthesis during hyperglycemia. Before the study (4(More)
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