Reduced insulin clearance and lower insulin-degrading enzyme expression in the liver might contribute to the thrifty phenotype of protein-restricted mice

Reduced insulin clearance and lower insulin-degrading enzyme expression in the liver might contribute to the thrifty phenotype of protein-restricted mice

Luiz F. Rezende, Rafael L. Camargo, Renato C. S. Branco, Ana P. G. Cappelli, Antonio C. Boschero, Everardo M. Carneiro

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Nutrient restriction during the early stages of life usually leads to alterations in glucose homeostasis, mainly insulin secretion and sensitivity, increasing the risk of metabolic disorders in adulthood. Despite growing evidence regarding the importance

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Reduced insulin clearance and lower insulin-degrading enzyme expression in the liver might contribute to the thrifty phenotype of protein-restricted mice

Luiz F. Rezende, Rafael L. Camargo, Renato C. S. Branco, Ana P. G. Cappelli, Antonio C. Boschero, Everardo M. Carneiro


										

Reduced insulin clearance and lower insulin-degrading enzyme expression in the liver might contribute to the thrifty phenotype of protein-restricted mice

Luiz F. Rezende, Rafael L. Camargo, Renato C. S. Branco, Ana P. G. Cappelli, Antonio C. Boschero, Everardo M. Carneiro

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    British journal of nutrition

    Vol. 112, no. 6 (Sept., 2014), p. 900-907