nonsuppressible insulinlike activity

non·sup·pres·si·ble in·su·lin·like ac·tiv·i·ty (NSILA),

plasma insulinlike activity not suppressed by antibodies to insulin and mostly present after pancreatectomy. Nonsuppressible insulinlike activity is mostly the action of polypeptide insulinlike growth factors IGF-I and IGF-II.

non·sup·pres·si·ble in·su·lin·like ac·tiv·i·ty

(non'sŭ-prĕs'i-bĕl in'sǔ-lin'līk ak-tiv'i-tē)
Plasma insulinlike activity not suppressed by antibodies to insulin and mostly present after pancreatectomy. Nonsuppressible insulinlike activity is mostly the action of the polypeptide insulinlike growth factors IGF-I and IGF-II.
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