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What are the names of the counter regulatory hormones
Glucocorticoids
Glucagon
Catecholamines
Growth Hormone
-They all increase blood gucose
The only glucose lowering hormone?
Insulin
Why is clood glucose so closely regulated?
Obligate glycolyzers
b-cell fx
glucose toxicity
Long term complications
HbA1c?
Shows Pt complience over 4-6 week period
fed to fasting
when the isulin level falls
triglicerides and ketone bodies step in.
extra food...store it
no food ...use it
Type 1 famine in plenty
all the glucode in the world is useless without insulin
leptin
linked to saciation
ob mouse
p13k
pro insulin
c peptide cleve then into insulin
c-peptide
marker for insulin levels
glucose transport regulated by?
PI3K
increses pip3 content
insulin resistance linked to decrese in PI3Kase
Starvation
ketongenisis
gluconeogenisis
lipolysis
glyconeogenisis
obeisity
hyperinsulinemia > insulin resistance > b cell works harder> diabetes is next