Hormonal Control of Lipolysis in Adipose Tissue
Increased rate of fat deposition in the liver, which may under appropriate circumstances tend to produce fatty liver;
Increased rate of production of ketone bodies, which may be relevant to the genesis of ketosis under some circumstances;
Increased rate of production of very low density lipoproteins by the liver, which may be a factor in certain types of hyperlipoproteinemia;
Interference with the uptake and utilization of glucose by muscle, which may be a factor in the complex metabolic interrelationships in the diabetic state;
Effects on the coagulation system, tending to favor intravascular thrombosis.
A tendency to increase overall body metabolism;
Effects on myocardial contractility;
An increase in number and firing rate of ectopic foci after myocardial infarction.
KeywordsAdipose Tissue Adipose Tissue Store Monoglyceride Lipase Triglyceride Lipase Activity Lipase Fraction
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