The effect of exercise and epinephrine on insulin binding to mononuclear leucocytes
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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Insulin -- Receptors.,
  • Blood -- Analysis.,
  • Adrenaline.,
  • Exercise -- Physiological aspects.

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Edition Notes

Statementby Bret Lee MacPherson.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationix, 39 leaves
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17698732M

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The effect of 3 hr of cycle erogmeter exercise on I-insulin binding to monocytes was studied in 8 obese and 10 nonobese control subjects. In the basal state before exercise, total specific I-insulin binding to monocytes in obese subjects (% ± %) was 25% lower than in control subjects (% ± 0 %, p Cited by: -insulin levels go down as a function of intensity and duration-the body decreases insulin levels because it prevents a drastic drop in glucose levels. Exercise increases the receptor sensitivity to insulin, if the receptor is more sensitive then you don't need to increase insulin levels.   Fig. 2B shows the pooled ES for the effect of exercise on insulin sensitivity measured between 48 and 72 hours after the last exercise bout, for the comparison between exercise and control. There was a significant effect favouring exercise versus Cited by: Addition of nM epinephrine to the perfusate in a rat hindlimb preparation increased insulin binding in a pattern similar to acute exercise. In contrast, muscular contraction stimulated by the sciatic nerve (1 Hz) or reduction of perfusate insulin from to 40 pM, two additional correlates of Cited by:

The amount of insulin bound to cells from the diabetic patients was found to be decreased regardless of the cell type to which the data were normalized. This indicates that the previously reported decrease in the ability of mononuclear cells of diabetic patients to bind insulin was not a result of differences in mononuclear cell by:   Epinephrine also causes many of the symptoms associated with low blood glucose, including rapid heart rate, sweating, and shakiness. The epinephrine response spurs the liver to correct low blood glucose or at least raise blood glucose levels . • Cellular insulin sensitivity increases. There is more glucose uptake into the cells using less insulin. • Exercise may enhance insulin's binding to the receptors on the muscle fiber, thereby reducing the need for high concentrations of plasma insulin to transport glucose into the cell. Epinephrine and the Regulation of Glucose Metabolism: Effect of Diabetes and Hormonal Interactions Robert S. Sherwin, Harry Shamoon, Rosa Hendler, Luigi Sacca, Neil Eigler, and Mary Walesky Elevations of plasma epinephrine comparable to those observed in physiologic stress, cause a sustained mg/dl elevation of plasma glucose in normal by:

that epinephrine might decrease insulin levels. The introduction of insulin immunoassay (2, 3) has allowed us to examine this third hypothesis in man. Our data show that epinephrine infusion is notassociated witharise in serumimmunoreactive insulin (IRI) despite significant hyperglycemia.   Abstract. The relationship between insulin resistance, soluble adhesion molecules E-selectin (sE-selectin), intracellular adhesion molecule-1 (sICAM-1), and vascular adhesion molecule-1 (sVCAM-1), mononuclear cell binding to cultured endothelium, and lipoprotein concentrations were evaluated in 28 healthy, nondiabetic, and normotensive by: The effect of capsaicin on blood glucose, plasma insulin levels and insulin binding in dog models Article in Phytotherapy Research 15(5) August with Reads How we measure 'reads'. This review will critically evaluate the role of exercise in increasing the insulin action, transportation and sensitivity in skeletal muscles. The review will also, try to explore the relationship between the insulin stimulation and glucose transporter type 4 (GLUT-4) protein after the exercise The secondary purpose of this review is to explore whether the exercise induced sensitivity of.