glycogenesis


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Words related to glycogenesis

the formation in animals of glycogen from glucose

the conversion of glucose to glycogen when the glucose in the blood exceeds the demand

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At the same time, increased lactate production primarily reflects anaerobic glycogenesis, bypassing the citrate cycle and the respiratory chain.
Caffeic acid and cinnamic acid ameliorate glucose metabolism via modulating glycogenesis and gluconeogenesis in insulin-resistant mouse hepatocytes.
Outflows from Pool 2 are [F.sub.12], glucose oxidation, [F.sub.02], and glycogenesis and other metabolism, [F.sub.R2].
Fructose is more lipogenic than glucose and its consumption typically results in immediate elevations in plasma triglycerides, despite the fact that it provides substrates for gluconeogenesis and glycogenesis. Fructose consumption favours triglyceride synthesis, particularly when glucose is also present.
sylvatica, autumnal sequestration of urea is promoted by an influx of nitrogen derived from muscle catabolism, a process that also contributes to glycogenesis in liver and muscle [10].
In liver extracts, an increase in glutathione in animals exposed to 25 [mu]g BPA suggested a possible modulation of this detoxification pathway and also a hyperproduction of pyruvate, a key metabolite involved in the Krebs cycle, glycolysis, and glycogenesis. These changes may affect energy metabolism pathways.
Multiple intramyocellular defects in insulin action have been discovered, including impairment of glucose transport, glucose phosphorylation, glycogenesis, and glucose oxidation.1
In this issue researchers focused their attention on the areas of obesity prevalence, diabetes mellitus, probable hepatic glycogenesis accompanying poorly controlled type 1 diabetes, hypoglycemia, metastatic insulinoma, perilipin gene polymorphism, cystic fibrosis related diabetes, thyrotoxic hypokalemic periodic paralysis, primary hyperparathyroidism.
* in the liver, stimulates storage of glucose (glycogenesis) and inhibits glycogenosis and gluconeogenesis.
Fuel use during glycogenesis in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss Walbaum) white muscle studied in vitro, J.
Insulin resistance causes glycogenesis and increased glucose uptake in muscle cells.
All Is Well That Ends Well Once upon a time inside the hepatocyte, The enzymes of glycogenesis wanted to show their might; They imprisoned all the glucose molecules that came their way, They entangled them in chains; inside the cell they had to stay.
Endogenous insulin is an anabolic hormone that promotes uptake of glucose, glycolysis, glycogenesis, protein synthesis and fat storage.
This is principally achieved by converting glucose into long chain glycogen (glycogenesis) and storing it in the liver.