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Le mode d‘action de l‘insuline

  • Christian de Duve
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Part of the Colloquium der Gesellschaft für Physiologische Chemie am 30. April/1. Mai 1954 in Mosbach/Baden book series (MOSBACH, volume 5)

Résumé

Malgré d‘innombrables recherches, le mode d‘action précis de l‘insuline n‘est pas encore connu actuellement. L‘hypothèse la plus en vogue fait de l‘hormone pancréatique un activateur du processus glucokinasique. Cette hypothèse s‘est considérablement renforcée au cours des dernières années, mais ne semble cependant pas fournir une explication satisfaisante de tous les résultats expérimentaux. Cette question sera discutee dans la première partie de ce rapport. Un second aspect du problème qui sera examiné dans la seconde partie, concerne la manière dont l‘insuline active le processus glucokinasique

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  • Christian de Duve
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  1. 1.Laboratoire de Chimie PhysiologiqueUniversité de LouvainBelgique

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