glucogenesis


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glu·co·gen·e·sis

(glū'kō-jen'ĕ-sis),
Formation of glucose.
[gluco- + G. genesis, production]

glucogenesis

giving rise to or producing glucose.

glu·co·gen·e·sis

(glū'kō-jen'ĕ-sis)
Formation of glucose.
[gluco- + G. genesis, production]

glucogenesis

The formation of glucose from GLYCOGEN.

glucogenesis

glycogenesis

glucogenesis

the formation of glucose by the breakdown of glycogen.
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to raise blood sugar levels by stimulating glucogenolysis and glucogenesis, increase lipolysis and ketogenesis.
Pinealectomy reduces the glucose tolerance in rats by preventing the hepatic and muscular glucogenesis resulting in increased insulin resistance (6,25,26).
These may involve a complex interplay of lipolysis, glucogenesis, and ketogenesis and transport and utilization of glucose and ketones by the brain and peripheral tissues as discussed previously (5).
Lipolysis and glucogenesis create energy sources for cells such as free fatty acids, triglycerides, and glucose, enabling the body to respond appropriately to stressful situations.
Gluconeogenesis from amino acids is one of the mechanisms of hepatic glucogenesis.