[Problems of gluconeogenesis].
Wiener Zeitschrift fur innere Medizin und ihre…
View on PubMed
Abstract & Figures
Sorry, we couldn't extract an abstract for this paper.
Figures and Tables
Sorry, we couldn't extract any figures or tables for this paper.
Sorry, we couldn't extract any citations for this paper.
Sorry, we couldn't extract any references for this paper.
Loading similar papers…
Slides referencing similar topics
The disaccharide sucrose from diet cleaved, releases amount of fructose and glucose Fructose is also found as a free monosaccharide in many fruits, vegetable and honey Entry of fructose into cells is not insulin dependent In the cells, fructose must be phosphorylated by hexokinase (have a low affinity for fructose) or fructokinase form fructose 1 phosphate Fructose 1 phosphate cleaved by Aldolase B into DHAP and D glyceraldehyde DHAP can directly enter glycolys or gluconeogenesis in liver
FRUCTOSE METABOLISM • Nov 02, 2017
Mechanism of Thyroid Hormones Action at the Cell Level Binds to high affinity T3 nuclear receptor complex, which stimulates the formation of mRNA sequences and subsequently brings about new protein synthesis Binds to receptors for T3 at the mitochondrial level; stimulation of oxygen consumption and increase in BMR Enhance sympathetic activities Physiological Effects of Thyroid Hormones (1) Skin inability to clear free water if no thyroid hormones Endocrine: affect growth and sexual development, control menstrual regularities and fertility, affect metabolism of steroid hormones in the liver Intermediary metabolism: stimulate lipolysis, enhance hepatic gluconeogenesis, stimulate protein synthesis and breakdown, increase bone turn over Erythropoiesis: enhance red cell formation
Dr. KW Lo • Oct 18, 2017