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Insulin Protocol For Mass

Mutant's Insulin Protocal

Mutant's Insulin Protocal

Ok, so after talking to some professional and elite bodybuilders, I have learned quite a bit about what a well known professional trainer is having these bodybuilders to do to obtain the retarded amounts of weight they have been added to their bodies. It's simply taking their insulin pre-workout, combined with 3 "shakes". I looked at this Insulin protocol, and the ingredients in the shakes, and designed my own Insulin Protacol to better suit my goals and routine. I use better quality of ingredients in my shakes, and added my HGH pre-workout, and igf-1lr3 post workout as well. Now, the theory behind this insulin protocol is, "Why break the body down, only to rebuild it? When you can simply keep adding onto the Body!" So basically, by forcing the carbohydrates and Essential Amino Acids into your muscles while you train, the muscle tissue is not breaking down in the same manner that they normally would. It is actually being both protected and forced to grow at the same time. I have not done too much research behind the theory, but it sure sounded good to me, based on what I know about enhancing drugs and supplementation. I prefer trying things out myself, and going by results. Well, the results were spectacular. Before I begin, I want to say that this typed out protocol is just a base. It is to give you a base to work from/with. Everybody is different. Some people will need more or less carbs and amino acids. This is based on the amount of insulin that they are using and how their bodies react. This is why I gave a range for the supplements and insulin doses. You will need to adjust it based on how you react. For the carbohydrates, always start high, and lower it accordingly, once you get the feel of it. We start off by taking our HGH, and give it a few minutes to get circ Continue reading >>

The Absolute Best Way To Use Insulin For Building Mass - Professional Muscle

The Absolute Best Way To Use Insulin For Building Mass - Professional Muscle

The absolute best way to use insulin for building mass The absolute best way to use insulin for building mass I notice more and more people are using insulin as a means to gain more muscular size. Generally people use in conjuction with another peptide, namely HGH or IGF. If health meant nothing to you and you were going to add insulin to an AAS stack (lets say a high dose test and tren/deca cycle), what protocol would you implement? The common practice is to use 5-10IU post training . Some people use prior to breakfast also at 5-10IU. Some do both. What would be the VERY best way to use insulin if you could take untold units per day.. How would you implement this into a normal bodybuilding diet? 70g Dextrose , 70gr protein , 10g creatine , 10g glutamine and 18-20g bcaa 's. I take my shot right after weight training then do my cardio while I drink my shake. After I get home (1hr or so post shot) I eat a good meal 60-70g protein , 30g carbs and little to no fat I have been steadly cutting the carbs out of the post meal and have had no ill effects as far as getting hypo , my blood glucose level is actualy slightly higher than normal before this meal gaining power very quickly and still dropping body fat , running 600mg Test E My HGH should be here any day , and that will get stacked also I know a lot about insulin. I dont need to research to use it, I have used it many, many times. I wasnt asking for someone to make a plan for me but more so ask peoples opinions on what would lead to maximum mass IF health meant nothing. "History teaches us that when you become indifferent and loose the Will to fight, someone with the will to fight will take over" Personally my biggest mistake in bodybuilding ever...... Because it was all the rage....I used it off and on for about 1.5 ye Continue reading >>

Insulin 101

Insulin 101

OK, I want to talk about insulin here. I'm going to talk about how to use it properly, the different types, and what to expect from it. But first and foremost I'm going to talk about safety. Insulin is nothing to fuck around with, and if you're fairly new to the world of performance enhancement and/or nutrition and training, don't even consider doing something like insulin!! Insulin can kill you quick. I'm talking about a dirt nap within a couple hours if you're not careful. HOWEVER, there are really only a couple ways you can fuck it up. The biggest way to fuck up insulin is incorrect measurement. If I tell you to take 5 units of insulin and you load up 5cc's as you would a steroid shot, or even load up 5 units as you would a GH shot, you are probably going to die. 5 units of insulin means 5 tiny little lines or “clicks” on an insulin syringe. It will look like hardly anything in the needle, this is powerful shit and it doesn't take much at all to do it's job. The second biggest way to fuck up insulin is to not eat properly after administering it. As a general rule, for every 1 unit of insulin you inject, you need to take 10 grams of carbohydrates with it. This needs to be done within 15 minutes of injecting insulin. Depending on what type of insulin you use, you will want another meal within 60-90 minutes after that, and that will be a solid meal including fats, proteins, and carbs. After getting familiar with insulin and how your body reacts to it, you may find you can change the ratio to 7 grams carbs/ unit of insulin, or may need to raise it slightly, but for a first time insulin user, 10 grams/unit minimum, and err on the side of overkill at first!!! Fast Acting Insulins OK, now let's get into the different types of insulin and what to expect. The first time I Continue reading >>

Evolutionary.org Forums

Evolutionary.org Forums

AAS, GH, and Insulin - The Unholy Trinity I've been meaning to write on this for a while, because I think a lot of guys spin their wheels (myself included) by going with JUST AAS as their main method of packing on muscle. If you look at the history of bodybuilding, the real monsters started with the introduction of peptides and insulin. I am not suggesting that this is necessary for anyone, but I am suggesting that the combination of compounds (AAS, insulin, GH) is a safer way to pack on more muscle without having to go to insanely high AAS doses. We know that AAS increases lean mass and reduces fat tissue. However, the mechanism of this action can be best described through glucose metabolism. AAS raises the level of protein synthesis, which takes both protein and energy to complete. Myostatin levels are dropping, and essentially within muscle cells you've eased off the brakes - there is more growth trying to happen, and the GLUT4 expression that soaks up nutrients is increased in the presence of AAS. At the same time, Androgenicity can prevent uptake by fat cells, producing the leaning effect seen particularly with compounds such as tren and higher dose test. However, even steroids that are highly anabolic are limited by the amount of nutrients that can be shuttled into the cell. AS SUCH, HIGHER AND HIGHER DOSES ARE GOING TO DISPLAY DIMINISHING RETURNS ON MUSCLE GAIN. The saturation level isn't always reached and probably depends on the individual, but personally I find that about 600mg of test and maybe some orals or low dose tren is my ceiling for getting more out of AAS without going to a crazy place. So, how do we enhance the effectiveness of this nutrient uptake process? Add insulin! Insulin is an incredibly anabolic hormone, because it removes the limiting step Continue reading >>

Serum Insulin-like Growth Factor I Quantitation By Mass Spectrometry: Insights For Protein Quantitation With This Technology

Serum Insulin-like Growth Factor I Quantitation By Mass Spectrometry: Insights For Protein Quantitation With This Technology

Serum Insulin-like Growth Factor I Quantitation by Mass Spectrometry: Insights for Protein Quantitation with this Technology Department of Chemical Pathology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Prince of Wales Hospital, Shatin, Hong Kong SAR, China Scientific Officer Department of Chemical Pathology The Chinese University of Hong Kong Prince of Wales Hospital Shatin New Territories Hong Kong SAR, China [email protected] Author information Copyright and License information Disclaimer Copyright 2016 International Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (IFCC). All rights reserved. This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License ( ) which permits unrestricted non-commercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Liquid chromatography mass spectrometry (LC-MS) is a widely used technique in the clinical laboratory, especially for small molecule quantitation in biological specimens, for example, steroid hormones and therapeutic drugs. Analysis of circulating macromolecules, including proteins and peptides, is largely dominated by traditional enzymatic, spectrophotometric, or immunological assays in clinical laboratories. However, these methodologies are known to be subjected to interfering substances, for example heterophilic antibodies, as well as subjected to non-specificity issues. In recent years, there has been a growing interest in using LC-MS platforms for protein analysis in the clinical setting, due to the superior specificity compared to immunoassay, and the possibility of simultaneous quantitation of multiple proteins. Different analytical approaches are possible using LC-MS-based methodology, including accurate Continue reading >>

Original Research Use Of A Basal-plus Insulin Regimen In Persons With Type 2 Diabetes Stratified By Age And Body Mass Index: A Pooled Analysis Of Four Clinical Trials

Original Research Use Of A Basal-plus Insulin Regimen In Persons With Type 2 Diabetes Stratified By Age And Body Mass Index: A Pooled Analysis Of Four Clinical Trials

Highlights • Retrospective analysis to evaluate a ‘basal-plus’ regimen in type 2 diabetes. • Glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) and post-prandial glucose decreased at 6 months. • Proportion of subjects with HbA1c < 7% increased. • Prevalence of severe hypoglycemia was low and did not differ across groups. • Neither age nor body mass index influenced the findings. Abstract To evaluate the efficacy and safety of adding a single bolus dose of insulin glulisine to basal insulin (‘basal-plus’) in persons with type 2 diabetes. Data from patients with poor glycemic control on oral antihyperglycemic drugs who were initiated on a ‘basal-plus’ regimen for up to 6 months were pooled from four randomized, multicenter studies. Glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c), fasting blood glucose, postprandial glucose (PPG), insulin dose and demographics were measured at baseline and end of study. 711 patients with a mean age of 59.9 years and a mean duration of diabetes of 11.0 years were included in the analysis population. A ‘basal-plus’ regimen was associated with significant decreases in HbA1c and PPG at 6 months, an increase in glargine and glulisine doses and small, but statistically significant, changes in body weight and BMI in all patient subsets. The proportion of patients with HbA1c < 7% also increased in all populations studied, while the prevalence of severe hypoglycemia was low and did not significantly differ across patient groups. These results suggest that the use of ‘basal-plus’ can achieve a good therapeutic response with a low risk of hypoglycemia and weight gain, regardless of a patient's age or BMI. Continue reading >>

Hgh Mass Protocol (10iu 3x Week)

Hgh Mass Protocol (10iu 3x Week)

I think this protocol was originally put out there by Gavin Kane. Reading through posts on other boards. The high dose/ low freq seems to be a good method for mass. Couple with 5-10iu of slin and the results are amazing. Both are taken PWO only and 3x per week. I haven't tried it myself but am thinking about it. Curious to know feedback from members here. alot of people do t but personally i would rather have my levles raised twice a day everyday as oppesed to only 3x a week Last edited by PT; 06-30-2008 at 02:30 PM. Crap.HGH lasts only like 15-20 or so minutes in the body before its deactivated by proteases and whatnot. This is why HGH takes sooo long to show results. Because everyday you inject it, your only getting 15-20 minutes of supraphysiological HGH exposure. Therefore if HGH lasted lets say 10 minutes, after 7 days of injecting, thats only 70 minutes of total exposure to supraphysiological HGH youve had. The body cant do much growing in just 70 minutes. Hence why it takes months of HGH use to accumulate significant enough time under supraphysiological levels to elicit a noticeable effect.So with gavins method,I wonder how mins your getting per week,a joke.nothing beats injecting 3-4 times per day. Crap.HGH lasts only like 15-20 or so minutes in the body before its deactivated by proteases and whatnot. This is why HGH takes sooo long to show results. Because everyday you inject it, your only getting 15-20 minutes of supraphysiological HGH exposure. Therefore if HGH lasted lets say 10 minutes, after 7 days of injecting, thats only 70 minutes of total exposure to supraphysiological HGH youve had. The body cant do much growing in just 70 minutes. Hence why it takes months of HGH use to accumulate significant enough time under supraphysiological levels to elicit a Continue reading >>

Insulin And Extremity Muscle Mass In Overweight And Obese Women

Insulin And Extremity Muscle Mass In Overweight And Obese Women

Insulin and Extremity Muscle Mass in Overweight and Obese Women Benjamin Leon , Shannon Jenkins , Kristen Pepin , Hira Chaudhry , Kevin Smith , Gloria Zalos , Bernard V. Miller, III , Kong Y. Chen , Alan T. Remaley , Myron A. Waclawiw , Anne E. Sumner , and Richard O. Cannon, III Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Branch (BL, SJ, KP, HC, KS, GZ, ATR, ROC) and Office of Biostatistics Research (MAW), National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute; Diabetes, Endocrinology and Obesity Branch (BVM, KYC, AES), National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive Diseases and Kidney Diseases; National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland Address correspondence to: Richard O. Cannon III, MD, Building 10-CRC Room 5-3330, 10 Center Drive, Bethesda, MD 20892, Phone: 301-496-9895, Fax: 301-402-0888, [email protected] Benjamin Leon, Shannon Jenkins, Kristen Pepin and Hira Chaudhry share first authorship of this manuscript. Users may view, print, copy, download and text and data- mine the content in such documents, for the purposes of academic research, subject always to the full Conditions of use: The publisher's final edited version of this article is available at Int J Obes (Lond) See other articles in PMC that cite the published article. Obesity disproportionately affects women, especially those of African descent, and is associated with increases in both fat and muscle masses. Although increased extremity muscle mass may be compensatory to fat mass load, we propose that elevated insulin levels resulting from diminished insulin sensitivity may additionally contribute to extremity muscle mass in overweight or obese women. The following measurements were performed in 197 non-diabetic women (57% black, 35% white; age 4611 years [meanSD], BMI range 25.0 to 57.7 kg/m2): dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry f Continue reading >>

Adding Slin For Lean Mass

Adding Slin For Lean Mass

was thinking of adding some slin in to gain some lean mass any of you guys any experience of adding mass , without much fat gain ? i used years ago and gained a lt of fat , but diet was poor to be fair i was gonna use pwo only , is protocol stil 10 g carbs per 1 iu of slin ? also its act rapid , i used humalog before , i had to eat carbs straight away then an hour later , would this be same for act rapid ? was thinking of adding some slin in to gain some lean mass any of you guys any experience of adding mass , without much fat gain ? i used years ago and gained a lt of fat , but diet was poor to be fair i was gonna use pwo only , is protocol stil 10 g carbs per 1 iu of slin ? also its act rapid , i used humalog before , i had to eat carbs straight away then an hour later , would this be same for act rapid ? The best single time is pre-workout, although you need to adhere to specific diet protocols. Here is a pre-workout insulin protocol, which will kick your ass. Your not going to fnd a pre-workout protocol, which works better. I have tried dozens of different programs in my clients and none of them work as well. Of course, keep in mind that there are many different ways to run insulin, but if your limiting it to only at workout times, try the following. 10 lbs in 1-2 weeks is common. Lastly, I will assume you are thoroughy familiar with Insulin and know what signs to look for in the event of hypoglycemia. I am not going to type out all the warning signs or what to do in the event of a hypoglycemic attack. However, the following program is very unlikely to result in any type of serious hypoglycemic event, even in those with extreme inuslin sensitivity. I am also unaware of your bodyweight or dietary needs, so I will write a program which should be suitable for 1st tim Continue reading >>

Growth Hormone: What Is It And What Does It Do - An Expert's View!

Growth Hormone: What Is It And What Does It Do - An Expert's View!

Since its inception, and first application as a bodybuilding super-substance GH has remained an anabolic that has attracted many conflicting opinions and has been shrouded in mystery. In their quest for greater muscle size and the ripped, dry look that characterizes a top-level bodybuilding physique, competitors have, since the 1950's, as is generally thought, used a variety of supplemental substances, both naturally and pharmaceutically derived. After experiencing unprecedented muscle growth with anabolic steroids in the early '60s (a time when these drugs were used in larger quantities as the level of bodybuilding competition increased), bodybuilding competitors knew they had found the critical factor necessary to take them several steps higher towards physical perfection, and iron warriors the world over have not looked back since. With the 1970's ushering in a new era for competitive sporting success, with the emergence of lucrative contracts and entire careers based a upon athletic ability, a new compound found its way into the drug regimes of champions not adverse to pushing the boundaries: Growth Hormone (GH). As a hormone critical for the health and well being of all humans, Growth Hormone is needed in precise amounts for the optimal functioning of a number of physiological processes and growth of body tissues, including muscle. Generally this is achieved, resulting in growth and functioning within 'acceptable' and 'normal' parameters. However, an over or under production of GH can potentially cause serious health concerns. Excess GH, as occurs in those with Acromegaly, ultimately leads to an overgrowth of tissues and problems such insulin resistance and muscle weakness. GH-secreting tumors, occurring in childhood, can also cause excessive GH production and resu Continue reading >>

Association Of Muscle Mass And Fat Mass With Insulin Resistance And The Prevalence Of Metabolic Syndrome In Korean Adults: A Cross-sectional Study

Association Of Muscle Mass And Fat Mass With Insulin Resistance And The Prevalence Of Metabolic Syndrome In Korean Adults: A Cross-sectional Study

Article | Open Association of muscle mass and fat mass with insulin resistance and the prevalence of metabolic syndrome in Korean adults: a cross-sectional study Scientific Reportsvolume8, Articlenumber:2703 (2018) Relationship of muscle mass and fat mass with insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome remains uncertain, especially among Asian population. We performed a cross-sectional study with 14,807 adult participants aged between 18 and 65 in the fourth and fifth Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey with Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DEXA) data to investigate whether muscle mass and fat mass are associated with insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome. DEXA records were used to categorize the participants into four categories (low muscle/low fat, low muscle/high fat, high muscle/ low fat, and high muscle/high fat). Least square means and incidence rate ratios (IRR) were used to assess the associations of muscle mass and fat mass with insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome. After adjustment for potential confounders, high muscle/low fat was associated with significantly lower insulin resistance (P < 0.001) compared to low muscle/low fat. Low muscle/high fat (IRR: 1.90; 95% confidence interval [CI]:1.442.50, P < 0.001) and high muscle/high fat (IRR: 2.30; 95% CI:1.763.00, P < 0.001) were significantly associated with the prevalence of metabolic syndrome. Our study suggests that protective association of muscle mass with metabolic syndrome is attenuated by high fat mass in Korean adults. Although body mass index (BMI) has been widely used as a significant predictor for diabetes mellitus, hypertension, and dyslipidemia 1 , 2 , the relationships of muscle mass and fat mass to insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome is not well established. So Continue reading >>

Insulin Protocol For Mass

Insulin Protocol For Mass

You are here: Home / diabetes greenberth / Insulin Protocol For Mass Hypoglycemia occurs when the level of glucose pizza topping ideas pinterest (sugar) in the blood is too low. Insulin Protocol For Mass if you are very overweight. Remdios foram para o por causa do diabetes. Answers.com WikiAnswers Categories Health Conditions and Diseases Diabetes Is insulin like a drug and if diabetes patients Would you like to make it the primary and merge this question into it? Birmingham Solihull and Black Country Diabetic Eye Screening Programme Heart of England NHS Trust Anyone who provides care for people with (or at risk for) diabetes knows that these Testing with emphasis on evaluating the retina and macula may include: One of the best guides to glucose meters on including the UK where blood glucose is measured in One of the best meters in this area is the One Touch Note that even though most people prefer to avoid injections insulin all the diabetes drugs have the of medications for type 2 diabetes: Tea at The Ritz in London Afternoon or High Tea at The Ritz Hotel London is a British tradition served in The Palm Court. Brown RiceCarrotsMushroomsRed OnionsPumpkin & Sweet Potatoes Will compression socks help if your feet are swelling? This What might cause this swelling and would compression socks help? Accu-Chek Mobile Blood Glucose Monitoring System: Express Chemist offer fast delivery and friendly reliable service. type 2 diabetes? Type 2 diabetes mellitus type 1 and type 2 Sox Laid Egg with Easter Start. Type 2 Diabetes Can Be Treated With Metformin And Type 2 diabetes can be treated with metformin and insulin can i get pregnant with metformin and clomid Peripheral Neuropathy Sometimes I feel like I have socks or gloves on Many people get depressed when they have nerve dam Continue reading >>

Springerprotocols: Abstract: Quantitation Of Insulin Analogues In Serum Using Immunoaffinity Extraction, Liquid Chromatography, And Tandem Mass Spectrometry

Springerprotocols: Abstract: Quantitation Of Insulin Analogues In Serum Using Immunoaffinity Extraction, Liquid Chromatography, And Tandem Mass Spectrometry

Cryer PE, Axelrod L, Grossman AB, Heller SR, Montori VM, Seaquist ER, Service FJ (2009) Evaluation and management of adult hypoglycemic disorders: an endocrine society clinical practice guideline. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 94(3):709728 Fukuda I, Hizuka N, Ishikawa Y, Yasumoto K, Murakami Y, Sata A, Morita J, Kurimoto M, Okubo Y, Takano K (2006) Clinical features of insulin-like growth factor-II producing non-islet-cell tumor hypoglycemia. Growth Horm IGF Res 16(4):211216 Owen WE, Roberts WL (2004) Cross-reactivity of three recombinant insulin analogs with five commercial insulin immunoassays. Clin Chem 50(1):257259 Heald A, Bhattacharya B, Cooper H, Ullah A, McCulloch A, Smellie S, Wark G (2006) Most commercial insulin assays fail to detect recombinant insulin analogues. Ann Clin Biochem 43(4):306308 Heurtault B, Reix N, Meyer N, Gasser F, Wendling MJ, Ratomponirina C, Jeandidier N, Sapin R, Agin A (2014) Extensive study of human insulin immunoassays: promises and pitfalls for insulin analogue detection and quantification. Clin Chem Lab Med 52(3):355362 Thevis M, Thomas A, Delahaut P, Bosseloir A, Schnzer W (2005) Qualitative determination of synthetic analogues of insulin in human plasma by immunoaffinity purification and liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry for doping control purposes. Anal Chem 77(11):35793585 Thevis M, Thomas A, Schnzer W, stman P, Ojanper I (2012) Measuring insulin in human vitreous humour using lc-ms/ms. Drug Test Anal 4(1):5356 Thevis M, Thomas A, Delahaut P, Bosseloir A, Schnzer W (2006) Doping control analysis of intact rapid-acting insulin analogues in human urine by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry. Anal Chem 78(6):18971903 Thevis M, Thomas A, Schnzer W (2008) Mass spectrometric determination of insulins and their degra Continue reading >>

Relative Muscle Mass Is Inversely Associated With Insulin Resistance And Prediabetes. Findings From The Third National Health And Nutrition Examination Survey

Relative Muscle Mass Is Inversely Associated With Insulin Resistance And Prediabetes. Findings From The Third National Health And Nutrition Examination Survey

Data from 13,644 subjects in a national study were evaluated. We measured homeostasis model assessment of insulin resistance (HOMA-IR), blood glycosylated hemoglobin level, prevalence of transitional/pre- or overt diabetes (PDM), and prevalence of overt diabetes mellitus. All four outcomes decreased from the lowest quartile to the highest quartile of skeletal muscle index (SMI), the ratio of total skeletal muscle mass (estimated by bioelectrical impedance) to total body weight. After adjusting for age, ethnicity, sex, and generalized and central obesity, each 10% increase in SMI was associated with 11% relative reduction in HOMA-IR (95% confidence interval, 615%) and 12% relative reduction in PDM prevalence (95% CI, 121%). In nondiabetics, SMI associations with HOMA-IR and PDM prevalence were stronger. Across the full range, higher muscle mass (relative to body size) is associated with better insulin sensitivity and lower risk of PDM. Further research is needed to examine the effect of appropriate exercise interventions designed to increase muscle mass on incidence of diabetes. Copyright 2011 by The Endocrine Society Continue reading >>

Regulation Of Insulin Secretion And Β-cell Mass By Activating Signal Cointegrator 2†

Regulation Of Insulin Secretion And Β-cell Mass By Activating Signal Cointegrator 2†

ABSTRACT Activating signal cointegrator 2 (ASC-2) is a transcriptional coactivator of many nuclear receptors (NRs) and other transcription factors and contains two NR-interacting LXXLL motifs (NR boxes). In the pancreas, ASC-2 is expressed only in the endocrine cells of the islets of Langerhans, but not in the exocrine cells. Thus, we examined the potential role of ASC-2 in insulin secretion from pancreatic β-cells. Overexpressed ASC-2 increased glucose-elicited insulin secretion, whereas insulin secretion was decreased in islets from ASC-2+/− mice. DN1 and DN2 are two dominant-negative fragments of ASC-2 that contain NR boxes 1 and 2, respectively, and block the interactions of cognate NRs with the endogenous ASC-2. Primary rat islets ectopically expressing DN1 or DN2 exhibited decreased insulin secretion. Furthermore, relative to the wild type, ASC-2+/− mice showed reduced islet mass and number, which correlated with increased apoptosis and decreased proliferation of ASC-2+/− islets. These results suggest that ASC-2 regulates insulin secretion and β-cell survival and that the regulatory role of ASC-2 in insulin secretion appears to involve, at least in part, its interaction with NRs via its two NR boxes. Continue reading >>

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