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Tissue-specific regulation of insulin receptor mRNA levels in rats with STZ-induced diabetes mellitus

Diabetes

Sep 1, 1992

L A SechiM Schambelan

PMID: 1386819

Abstract

In rats with STZ-induced diabetes mellitus, a reduction in insulin secretion is associated with increased insulin binding in the liver, muscle, fat, and kidney, but not in the brain. To test the hypothesis that tissue-specific modulation of insulin receptors (IRs) in STZ-induced diabete...read more

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Tissue-specific regulation of insulin receptor mRNA levels in rats with STZ-induced diabetes mellitus

Diabetes

Sep 1, 1992

L A SechiM Schambelan

PMID: 1386819

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Abstract

In rats with STZ-induced diabetes mellitus, a reduction in insulin secretion is associated with increased insulin binding in the liver, muscle, fat, and kidney, but not in the brain. To test the hypothesis that tissue-specific modulation of insulin receptors (IRs) in STZ-induced diabete...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Zanosar
Nucleic Acid Hybridization Procedure
August Rats
Brain
Weighing Patient
Hepatic
Kidney
Rats, Sprague-Dawley
Streptozotocin Diabetes
Novolin

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