Metabolic actions of pituitary growth hormone. I. Inhibition of acetyl CoA carboxylase by human growth hormone and a carboxyl terminal part sequence acting through a second messenger.

Abstract

Evidence is presented showing that human growth hormone (hGH) and its part sequence hGH 172-191 inhibit acetyl CoA carboxylase and hence fatty acid synthesis by interacting with adipocyte and hepatocyte plasma membranes, resulting in the release of a relatively non-polar second 'messenger'. This second 'messenger' inhibits the enzyme in a soluble fraction… (More)

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