« on: 18/05/2022 16:46:36 »
I can't answer your questions, it's 50 years since I studied chem/biochem and I never worked in this field. I am just stating that insulin can cause rapid passage of glucose into cells(not specifying which type) leading to life threatening hypoglycaemia. The point being that insulin is a direct stimulant of glucose transport-if it was just a glucagon antagonist this effect would not happen.
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