glycostatic

glycostatic

 [gli″ko-stat´ik]
tending to maintain a constant sugar level.
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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.
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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.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

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.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012