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Insulin receptor tyrosine kinase activity in monocytes of type 2 diabetes mellitus patients receiving oral L-lysine.

@article{Sulochana2001InsulinRT,
  title={Insulin receptor tyrosine kinase activity in monocytes of type 2 diabetes mellitus patients receiving oral L-lysine.},
  author={Konerirajapuram Natarajan Sulochana and Mohanraj Rajesh and Sivaramakrishna Ramakrishnan},
  journal={Indian journal of biochemistry \& biophysics},
  year={2001},
  volume={38 5},
  pages={
          331-4
        }
}
The action of lysine as an antidiabetic agent was examined in human volunteers. Eight patients with type 2 DM were orally supplemented with L-lysine hydrochloride 1 g/day in two doses along with antidiabetic tablets (glyciphage or chlorformine), for a period of two months. Periodically their plasma fasting sugar and insulin receptor tyrosine kinase activity was measured in their monocytes. Eight normal healthy volunteers served as controls for comparison of receptor tyrosine kinase activity… Expand
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