Abnormal alpha cell function in diabetics response to insulin.

Abstract

The extremely high levels of glucagon recently observed in dogs with severe alloxan-induced diabetes decline promptly and precipitously to normal as soon as exogenous insulin is infused. This suggests that the normal response of the pancreatic alpha cell to hyperglycemia requires the presence of circulating insulin. To determine if the relative… (More)

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