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Peripheral Mechanisms Mediating the Sustained Anti-Diabetic Action of FGF1 in the Brain.

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    If the primary mechanism of FGF1 induced glucose clearance is due to increased Hepatic Glucose uptake, would it lead to increased NAFLD?
     
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