enteroinsular

enteroinsular

adjective Referring to the functional relationship between the GI tract and the pancreatic islets.
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Several peptides and hormones present in the enteroinsular axis play significant roles in body homeostasis, and their secretion is altered by physical exercise (28).
These findings clearly indicate that chronic alcohol exposure induces a [beta]-cell dysfunction and not an enteroinsular incretin dysfunction, because the decrease in insulin response compared with the control group also was observed when glucose was administered intravenously.
The enteroinsular axis and endocrine pancreatic function in chronic alcohol consumers: Evidence for early beta-cell hypofunction.
The metabolic, hormonal, and neuronal influences on the endocrine pancreas are collectively referred to as the "enteroinsular axis" [11].
This is probably due to yet to be understood role of enteroinsular axis leading to enhanced beta-cell sensitivity and reducing the peripheral insulin resistance.
Donini, "The enteroinsular axis and the recovery from type 2 diabetes after bariatric surgery," Obesity Surgery, vol.
[26-29] The precise mechanisms by which TCF7L2 variants increase risk are not well understood, although various lines of evidence suggest that they involve the enteroinsular axis, impaired insulin secretion and possibly reduced P cell proliferation.
Pontikis (10) demostro un aumento de la actividad del eje enteroinsular (regulador del intestino sobre la secrecion postprandial de insulina mediante la secrecion de incretinas) en la obesidad y un mayor efecto insulinotropico junto con una mala respuesta de GIP a la prueba de tolerancia oral de glucosa, en mujeres con sobrepeso y obesas con SOP; esto puede explicarse por un aumento compensatorio de la secrecion de insulina en las celulas beta pancreaticas y como respuesta a la estimulacion de las incretinas asociados a la obesidad y el SOP.
Glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide receptor null mice exhibit compensatory changes in the enteroinsular axis.
Double incretin receptor knockout (DIRKO) mice reveal an essential role for the enteroinsular axis in transducing the glucoregulatory actions of DPP-IV inhibitors.