Insulin Receptor-mediated p62dok Tyrosine Phosphorylation at Residues 362 and 398 Plays Distinct Roles for Binding GTPase-activating Protein and Nck and Is Essential for Inhibiting Insulin-stimulated Activation of Ras and Akt

Michael J. Wick, Lily Q. Dong, Derong Hu, Paul Langlais, Feng Liu

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