Differential Effects of Oral , Peripheral Intravenous , and Intraportal Glucose on Hepatic Glucose Uptake and Insulin and Glucagon Extraction in Conscious Dogs TOSHIHIKO

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A B ST R A CT The effect of equal (1.1±0.1 g/kg body wt) amounts of glucose administered orally, or by peripheral intravenous or intraportal infusion on hepatic glucose uptake and fractional hepatic extraction of insulin and glucagon was studied in conscious dogs with chronically implanted Doppler flow probes on the portal vein and hepatic artery and… (More)

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@inproceedings{Hartley2013DifferentialEO, title={Differential Effects of Oral , Peripheral Intravenous , and Intraportal Glucose on Hepatic Glucose Uptake and Insulin and Glucagon Extraction in Conscious Dogs TOSHIHIKO}, author={Craig Hartley}, year={2013} }