Mechanism of Action of Insulin

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EXPERIMENTS have been carried out to determine to what extent insulin lowers the glucose concentration in the plasma by increasing glucose utilization by the tissues and to what extent by diminishing glucose production by the liver.

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DUNN, A., ALTSZULER, N., DE BODO, R. et al. Mechanism of Action of Insulin. Nature 183, 1123–1124 (1959) doi:10.1038/1831123b0

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