Unexplained hyperinsulinemia in normal and "prediabetic" Pima Indians compared with normal Caucasians. An example of racial differences in insulin secretion.


The pattern of insulin response to oral and/or intravenous glucose has been claimed to be characteristic of diabetes and even prediabetes. To determine if differences in insluin secretion might explain the exceptionally high prevalence of diabetes in the Pima Indians, 26 genetically normal Pimas (nondiabetic offspring of nondiabetic parents), 32 genetically… (More)


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