If you don't know where you're going, you might wind up someplace else—Yogi Berra
Formal Education, Initial Research Experiences, and My First Mentor
The NIH Years and My Second Mentor
- Granner D.K.
- Thompson E.B.
- Tomkins G.M.
- Granner D.K.
- Thompson E.B.
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- Thompson E.B.
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- Gelehrter T.D.
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- Hager G.
Early Mechanistic Studies of Enzyme Induction by Hormones
If you come to a fork in the road, take it—Yogi Berra
How Does Insulin Inhibit Transcription of Pck1?
Insulin Rapidly Disrupts the Pck1 Transcription Complex
The Pck1 Promoter Is a Finely Tuned Machine
Is the Pck1 Promoter a Nuclear Receptor Test Site?
Structure and Function of Genes of the Hexokinase (HK) Family
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