insulinemia

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insulinemia

 [in″su-lin-e´me-ah]
the presence of insulin in the blood.
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in·su·li·ne·mi·a

(in'sŭ-li-nē'mē-ă),
Literally, insulin in the circulating blood; usually connotes abnormally large concentrations of insulin in the circulating blood.
[insulin + G. haima, blood]
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in·su·li·ne·mi·a

(in'sŭ-li-nē'mē-ă)
Literally, insulin in the circulating blood; usually connotes an abnormally large concentration of insulin.
Synonym(s): insulinaemia.
[insulin + G. haima, blood]
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Standfield et al., "Effects of small intestinal glucose on glycaemia, insulinaemia and incretin hormone release are load-dependent in obese subjects," International Journal of Obesity, vol.
Effects of whey proteins on glycaemia and insulinaemia to an oral glucose load in healthy adults; a dose, response study.
[49] reported significant insulinaemia and differential plasma glucose response after consumption of dark chocolate 2 h prior to exercise compared to fasting, but no significant effect on oxidative stress reduction.
Wild-type Body weight (g) 34 [+ or -] 1.5 (10) % Periepididymal fat pad 1.3 [+ or -] 0.122 (10) (g [g.sup.-1] body weight x 100) Glycaemia (mM) 9.6 [+ or -] 0.31 (09) Insulinaemia ([micro]U m[L.sup.-1]) 21.3 [+ or -] 2.4 (09) HOMA 9.1 [+ or -] 0.05 (09) [[beta.sub.2]KO Body weight (g) 29.1 [+ or -] 1.2 * (10) % Periepididymal fat pad 1,01 [+ or -] 0.073 * (10) (g [g.sup.-1] body weight x 100) Glycaemia (mM) 7.1 [+ or -] 0.25 * (09) Insulinaemia ([micro]U m[L.sup.-1]) 28.1 [+ or -] 4.8 (09) HOMA 8.8 [+ or -] 0.04 * (09)
* There was a reduction in fasting glycaemia and insulinaemia in the GF mice, suggesting beneficial effects on glucose homeostasis.
In between, a spectrum of abnormalities could occur (Fig.) where the abnormal adipocyte response leads to hyper insulinaemia and the various risk factors now collectively termed as metabolic syndrome (71-75).
Ashcroft, 1998); hypoglycemic effect in moderately diabetic rats with concomitant improvement in insulinaemia (Noor, H.
She also touched on the high level of chronic restricted eating, the dumping syndrome and insulinaemia, which often followed WLS.
A study by Begin and co-workers [60] examined the effect of IAMB and other soluble fibres on glycemia, insulinaemia and gastrointestinal function m the rat.