Glucagon and choleragen stimulation of glycogenolysis in primary cultures of adult rat liver parenchymal cells: lack of involvement of the glucocorticoids.

@article{Kletzien1982GlucagonAC,
  title={Glucagon and choleragen stimulation of glycogenolysis in primary cultures of adult rat liver parenchymal cells: lack of involvement of the glucocorticoids.},
  author={Rolf F. Kletzien and Caitlin Weber and Fred R. Butcher and Deborah J. Stumpo},
  journal={Journal of cellular physiology},
  year={1982},
  volume={110 3},
  pages={
          304-10
        }
}
The influence of glucagon, choleragen, and the adrenal glucocorticoids on glycogenolysis in primary cultures of adult rat liver parenchymal cells has been studied. Both glucagon and choleragen caused a twofold to threefold stimulation of glucose production from endogenous reserves of glycogen. The effect of glucagon on glucose production was noted at the earliest time point examined and the stimulation of glucose production was preceded by an elevation of cyclic AMP. Choleragen did not produce… CONTINUE READING
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