Blood insulin secretion

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  • Hypolipidemic, hypoglycaemic effects of the ethyl acetate extract fraction from leaves of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas (L) Lam.) (Convonvulaceae) in obese and streptozotocin (STZ) induced type 2 diabetic mice were demonstrated. When obese-diabetic mice was administrated orally daily by ethyl acetate fraction of 1000mg lyophilized powder/kg for 21 days,

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  • Diabetes mellitus is a condition of chronic increase in blood sugar, is not contagious, hereditary, caused by lack of insulin (pancreatic insulin secretion or insulin does not work not effective). Lecture Diabetes mellitus to help you know: overview of diabetes, discussion about guidelines of diabetes management, implementation in clinical practice.

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  • Tumor markers are secreted, released, or leaked into the interstitial fluids, and thus into the lymph, and finally (or directly) into the bloodstream, where they become detectable in serum samples. To be able to enter the bloodstream directly, larger molecules, often proteins, are cleaved into truncated forms or fragments, which are sometimes specific to the protease micro-environment of the tumor. Tumor markers can be associated with patient diagnosis, prognosis, clinical management, and follow-up.

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  • Insulin is the principal regulatory hormone involved in the tight regulation of fuel metabolism. In response to blood glucose levels, it is secreted by the b cells of the pancreas and exerts its effects by binding to cell surface receptors that are present on virtually all cell types and tissues. In humans, perturbations in insulin function and/or secretion lead to diabetes mellitus, a severe disorder primarily characterized by an inability to maintain blood glucose homeostasis. Furthermore, it is estimated that 90–95% of diabetic patients exhibit resistance to insulin action....

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  • The name pancreas (Greek pan: all, kreas: flesh or meat) was used because the organ contains neither cartilage nor bone. Physiology Exocrine pancreatic secretion contains multiple of enzymes( trypsinogen, chymotrypsinogen, procarbocypolypeptidase, amylase, cholesterol esterase, phospholipase) to digest proteins, carbohydrates and fats. Endocrine pancreatic secretes insulin, glucagon and somatostatin directly into blood.

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