Modulation of insulin secretion by insulin and glucose in type II diabetes mellitus.

Abstract

We studied the dose-response characteristics of insulin's ability to modulate its own secretion in normal and type II diabetic (NIDDM) subjects by measuring suppression of serum C-peptide levels during insulin infusions with the plasma glucose level held constant. In normal subjects at euglycemia, primed continuous insulin infusion rates of 15, 40, 120, and… (More)

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