glucogenic

glucogenic

 [gloo″ko-jen´ik]
giving rise to or producing sugar.
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glu·co·gen·ic

(glū'kō-jen'ik),
Giving rise to or producing glucose.
Synonym(s): glucoplastic
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glu·co·gen·ic

(glū'kō-jen'ik)
Giving rise to or producing glucose.
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The Asp and Glu thus generated might participate in a series of reactions to provide substrates for the citric acid cycle as glucogenic amino acids in the postmortem muscle [20].
His presentation looks at transition, steps to prevent healthrelated problems and includes the importance of precision nutrition, dry-matter intake and glucogenic effects.
* Note that too much protein will trigger glucogenic amino acid conversion and so this should be avoided.
The ratio of non-glucogenic to glucogenic volatile fatty acid is expressed as acetate/propionate molar ratio.
In ketosis, blood glucose (BG) levels stay within normal physiological limits due to the creation of glucose from glucogenic amino acids and via the liberation of glycerol during fatty acid oxidation.
Both valine and isoleucine are considered glucogenic, being metabolized to propionyl-CoA and acetyl-CoA, respectively.
Both are glucogenic amino acids, which may be converted to pyruvate during protein metabolism.
E-Booster (b) (Glucogenic precursors with Nicotinamide) (@ 400 ml s.i.d.) given per orally and Synkometb (Butaphosphan and Cynacobalamin) injected IM @15 ml on consecutive days.
Asprosin has recently been identified as a fasting-induced glucogenic hormone secreted by white adipose tissue (WAT) that promotes hepatic glucose production [8].
(18) The results obtained from the present study showed that the reduction in postprandial glucose in the animals may have been associated with decreased glucogenic activity with a reduction in urea excretion or the inhibition of glycogenolysis as suggested by increased liver glycogen.