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Corticosteroids D. Glucagon References I. 25 26 26 26 27 28 38 39 39 39 43 44 44 44 45 46 46 46 INTRODUCTION This chapter is concerned solely with hormonal disturbances in diabetes mellitus. A number of recent reviews have included this topic (Williams and Wood, 1965; Berson and Yalow, 1965; Williams, 1965). The present account will concentrate mainly on the results of radioimmunoassay studies of peptide hormones. The relative significance of bio- and immunoassays of insulin is disputed and has been considered in reviews by Goetz (1965), Antoniades (1965) and Berson and Yalow (1965).
V. tolbutamide, since a brisk tolbutamide response may be found in a subject showing a poor glucose response. 6. Effect of Treatment by Diet and Weight Reduction Hales and Randle (1963) found that a period of 5 days on a low-carbohydrate diet led to an increase in the fasting plasma insulin concentration and a relatively slow insulin response to oral glucose. Samols et al. (1964) in a similar study did not find an elevation of the fasting insulin concentration but confirmed the relatively poor insulin response to glucose.
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