28 29 Regulation of Body Metabolism and Temperature

By insulin and glucagon responses of target cells to

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Responses of Target Cells to Insulin
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Mechanism of Insulin-Stimulated Cellular Uptake of Glucose
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Regulation of Insulin Secretion
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Metabolic Effects of Insulin
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Plasma Concentrations of Glucose, Glucagon, and Insulin During Exercise
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Other Glucose-Regulatory Hormones
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Epinephrine and Sympathetic Control of Plasma Glucose
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Metabolic Effects of Cortisol Needed for HSL (Hormone-Sensitive Lipase) Increases when fasting Deficiency: can lead to hypoglycemia Excess: diabetic-like symptoms Reduces sensitivity of target cells to insulin
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Type I Diabetes Mellitus Insulin-Dependent Primary Cause : Insulin deficiency Hyperglycemia : because glucose uptake and storage are greatly decreased Higher dependence on lipolysis and protein metabolism Glucose appears in the urine : because glucose load exceeds the reabsorptive capabilities of the renal tubules Treatment : Injections of insulin
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Diabetic Ketoacidosis in Type I Diabetes
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Type II Diabetes Insulin Signaling Dysfunction (From: Am. J. Med. 123: S38-S48, 2010)
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Progression of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Parallels Declining Beta Cell Function (From: Am. J. Med. 123: S38-S48, 2010)
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Mechanisms of B Cell Failure in Type 2 Diabetes (From: Nature Rev Mol Cell Biol 9: 193-205, 2008)
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Combination Therapy of Type II Diabetes (From: Am. J. Med. 123: S38-S48, 2010)
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Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load (From: American Diabetes Association)
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