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Uncoupling protein 2 (UCP2) is a mitochondrial carrier protein that is expressed in pancreatic islets and has been shown to negatively regulate glucose-
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Zhang, C., Baffy, G., Perret, P., et al. Uncoupling protein-
Sesti, G., Cardellini, M., Marini, M.A., et al. A common polymorphism in the promoter of UCP2 contributes to the variation in insulin secretion in glucose-
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Zhang, C., Parton, L.E., Ye, C.P., et al. Genipin inhibits UCP2-
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