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Fasting EGR, gluconeogenesis, and, by implication, fasting glycogenolysis were unaltered during hydrocortisone infusion; that ... 39) have suggested that hyperglycemia inhibits hepatic glycogenolysis primarily through inhibition of glycogen phosphorylase, ... Mechanism by which glucose and insulin inhibit net hepatic glycogenolysis in humans. J Clin Invest 101: 1203-1209, 1998. ... whereas insulin inhibits glycogenolysis primarily through stimulation of glycogen synthase. It is currently unknown how ...
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1991) Quantitation of hepatic glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis in fasting humans with 13C NMR. Science 254:573-576. ... peripheral glycogenolysis) can be taken into account. Each labeled molecule incorporated into glucose (recycled molecule) is ... direct measurement is the simultaneous determination of glycogenolysis [by biopsy or NMR measurements (19, 25)] and the rate of ... metabolic carbon exchange in vivo and its use to estimate the individual contributions of gluconeogenesis and glycogenolysis to ...
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... fructose concentration is possible because fructose is rapidly metabolized and significantly contributes to glycogenolysis in ...
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Because hepatic glycogenolysis contributes a large portion of hepatic glucose production after an overnight fast, a rise in ... gluconeogenesis could be offset by a fall in hepatic glycogenolysis. Yet, even in prolonged fasted states in which ...
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