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insulin
major target organs: liver, skeletal muscle, and adipose cells.


glucogen or insulin?
insulin
Facilitates the transport of glucose, AA, and fatty acids into cell.


glucogen or insulin?
insulin
Stimulate glycogenosis


glucogen or insulin?
insulin
Inhibit glycogen break down



glucogen or insulin?
insulin
Stimulate protein synthesis


glucogen or insulin?
insulin
inhibit protein degradation


glucogen or insulin?
insulin
Stimulate conversion of glucose to fatty acids and glycerol


glucogen or insulin?
insulin
Promote triglyceride synthesis


glucogen or insulin?
insulin
Inhibit triglyceride break down


glucogen or insulin?
insulin
Dominant in the absorptive state


glucogen or insulin?
glucagon
major target organ: liver


glucogen or insulin?
glucagon
Inhibit glycogen synthesis


glucogen or insulin?
glucagon
Stimulate glycogenolysis


glucogen or insulin?
glucagon
Promote protein break down


glucogen or insulin?
glucagon
Promote triglyceride break down


glucogen or insulin?