Potentiation of insulin action by a sulfonylurea in primary cultures of hepatocytes from normal and diabetic rats.

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Although sulfonylureas have been used extensively in the treatment of non-insulin-dependent (type II) diabetes, controversy exists as to whether these agents act primarily by increasing insulin secretion or by enhancing insulin action. To determine whether sulfonylureas potentiate insulin action in the liver, we evaluated the ability of the sulfonylurea… (More)

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@article{Salhanick1983PotentiationOI, title={Potentiation of insulin action by a sulfonylurea in primary cultures of hepatocytes from normal and diabetic rats.}, author={Arthur I Salhanick and Paul M Konowitz and John M. Amatruda}, journal={Diabetes}, year={1983}, volume={32 3}, pages={206-12} }