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How insulin works

November 18, 2012


“Not all cells require insulin to transport glucose into their interior. There are “insulin independent” cells that absorb glucose in direct proportion to the blood glucose level. Cells like this can be found in the brain cells, nerve fibres, retina, kidneys and adrenal glands, as well as in the blood vessels and the red blood […]

Hiperinsulinemia şi procesul aterosclerozei

June 14, 2012


Ateroscleroza – depunerea formatiunilor de grasime si colesterol pe peretii arterelor Procesul aterosclerozei sau îngustării arterelor poate avea loc în orice arteră din organism. Când acest proces are loc în arterele ce alimentează inima cu sânge, vorbim despre îmbolnăvirea arterelor coronare, care poate provoca accese de ischemie. Acelaşi proces, desfăşurat în arterele cerebrale este numit […]

The effect of rectal administration of insulin

March 5, 2012


The effect of rectal administration of insulin on the short-term treatment of alloxan-diabetic dogs Y Y Yamasaki, M M Shichiri, R R Kawamori, T T Morishima, N N Hakui, T T Yagi and H H Abe Can J Physiol Pharmacol 59(1):1-6 (1981) PMID 7011508 Six alloxan-diabetic dogs with fasting plasma glucose levels above 200 mg/100 […]

When insulin is injected, we develop insulin antibodies

January 8, 2012


Exp Clin Endocrinol Diabetes. 2001;109(8):393-6. Insulin antibodies are associated with lipoatrophy but also with lipohypertrophy in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes. Raile K, Noelle V, Landgraf R, Schwarz HP. Source Children’s Hospital, Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich, Munich, Germany. Abstract AIM: To evaluate clinical and immunological factors that are associated with lipodystrophy, i.e. lipoatrophy […]