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Glucagon, a hormone secreted from the alpha cell of the endocrine pancreas, is a major counterpart to insulin. After released into blood, glucagon will combine with its receptor in targeting tissues and form a compound, which then activates its signaling pathway, produces cAMP, promotes gluconeogenesis and glycogenolysis and inventually increases blood… (More)
The genome sequence of a Bacillus strain is capable of synthesizing polyhydroxyalkanoates, and Bacillus sp. is considered a platform strain for the production of many biodegradable materials. Here, we present the sequence of the PJC48 strain genome, which is composed of three chromatin structures, an extracellular structure, and a cytoskeleton.
OBJECTIVE To determine the levels of plasma glucagon and associated factors in individuals with different glucose metabolism. METHODS One hundred and ten outpatient patients received an oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) voluntarily. The patients were divided into three groups according to their OGTT results: normal glucose golerance (NGT) group (n=33),… (More)