Antilipolytic Actions of Vanadate and Insulin in Rat Adipocytes Mediated by Distinctly Different Mechanisms.

@article{Li1997AntilipolyticAO,
  title={Antilipolytic Actions of Vanadate and Insulin in Rat Adipocytes Mediated by Distinctly Different Mechanisms.},
  author={Jinping Li and Gerard Elberg and Natesampillai Sekar and Zhi He and Yoram Shechter},
  journal={Endocrinology},
  year={1997},
  volume={138 6},
  pages={2274-2279}
}
  • Jinping Li, Gerard Elberg, +2 authors Yoram Shechter
  • Published in Endocrinology 1997
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Vanadate, which mimics the biological effects of insulin, also inhibits lipolysis in rat adipocytes. Here we demonstrate that the antilipolytic effect of vanadate differs from that of insulin at least by the five following criteria: 1) vanadate inhibits lipolysis mediated by high (supraphysiological) concentrations of catecholamines; 2) vanadate antagonizes (Bu)2cAMP-mediated lipolysis; 3) vanadate antagonizes isobutylmethylxanthine-dependent lipolysis, 4) vanadate inhibits lipolysis mediated… CONTINUE READING

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