glycogenesis


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glycogenesis

[′glī·kə′jen·ə·səs]
(biochemistry)
The metabolic formation of glycogen from glucose.
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Glycogenesis involves the activation of enzyme pathways by insulin.
The circulating insulin joined to its receptor, increases glucose uptake from muscle and adipose tissue, inhibits hepatic glucose production, stimulates glycolysis, lipogenesis, glycogenesis and protein synthesis and also inhibit [beta]-oxidation of fatty acids, glycogenolysis and proteolysis.
GCS-100, a polysaccharide which is being co-developed with Glycogenesis Incorporated for pancreatic cancer and other solid tumors.
Disturbances such as Chediak-Higashi syndrome, hyper IgE syndrome, or glycogenesis type Ib need other techniques.
Decreased glycolysis impeded glycogenesis and increased gluconeogenesis are some of the changes of glucose metabolism in the diabetic liver (Baquer 1998).
Preparation of monoclonal antibodies against acid a-D-glucosidase for study of Chinese glycogenesis type II patients.