Catecholamine responses and their interactions with other glucoregulatory hormones.

@article{Vranic1984CatecholamineRA,
  title={Catecholamine responses and their interactions with other glucoregulatory hormones.},
  author={Mladen Vranic and Catherine Gauthier and D L Bilinski and David Las Vegas Wasserman and K El Tayeb and G{\'e}za Het{\'e}nyi and Hazel Lavina A. Lickley},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1984},
  volume={247 2 Pt 1},
  pages={
          E145-56
        }
}
We have investigated catecholamine-glucagon-insulin interactions using three stress models: 1) hypoglycemia; 2) exercise; and 3) epinephrine infusion. Phlorizin caused mild hypoglycemia with hypoinsulinemia. Plasma glucagon increased as did hepatic glucose production. Catecholamines did not increase. Insulin caused severe hypoglycemia. Metabolic counterregulation was due mainly to the 40-fold increase in epinephrine. Glucagon played a role only in the recovery from insulin-induced hypoglycemia… CONTINUE READING
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