glycostatic

glycostatic

 [gli″ko-stat´ik]
tending to maintain a constant sugar level.

gly·co·stat·ic

(glī'kō-stat'ik),
Indicating the property of certain extracts of the anterior hypophysis that permits the body to maintain its glycogen stores in muscle, liver, and other tissues.

glycostatic

/gly·co·stat·ic/ (-stat´ik) tending to maintain a constant sugar level.

gly·co·stat·ic

(glī'kō-stat'ik)
Indicating the property of some extracts of the anterior hypophysis that permits the body to maintain its glycogen stores in muscle, liver, and other tissues.

gly·co·stat·ic

(glī'kō-stat'ik)
Indicating the property of some extracts of the anterior hypophysis that permits the body to maintain its glycogen stores in muscle and other tissues.

glycostatic

tending to maintain a constant sugar level.