Energy Homeostasis Control in Drosophila Adipokinetic Hormone Mutants.

@article{Glikov2015EnergyHC,
  title={Energy Homeostasis Control in Drosophila Adipokinetic Hormone Mutants.},
  author={Martina G{\'a}likov{\'a} and Max Diesner and Peter Klepsatel and Philip Hehlert and Yanjun Xu and Iris Bickmeyer and Reinhard Predel and Ronald P K{\"u}hnlein},
  journal={Genetics},
  year={2015},
  volume={201 2},
  pages={665-83}
}
Maintenance of biological functions under negative energy balance depends on mobilization of storage lipids and carbohydrates in animals. In mammals, glucagon and glucocorticoid signaling mobilizes energy reserves, whereas adipokinetic hormones (AKHs) play a homologous role in insects. Numerous studies based on AKH injections and correlative studies in a broad range of insect species established the view that AKH acts as master regulator of energy mobilization during development, reproduction… CONTINUE READING
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