Hormonal Control

by Kevin Ahern, PhD

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    The lecture Hormonal Control by Kevin Ahern, PhD is from the course Metabolic Control.

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    1. Androgen
    2. Inhibin
    3. Glucagon
    4. Insulin
    5. Epinephrine
    1. Insulin
    2. Androgen
    3. Inhibin
    4. Glucagon
    5. Hepcidin
    1. It allosterically affects the activities of phosphofructokinase-1 (PFK-1) and fructose-2,6-bisphosphatase enzymes
    2. It allosterically affects the activities of adenyl cyclase enzyme
    3. It allosterically affects the function of insulin hormones
    4. It stimulates the productions of glucagon and epinephrine hormones
    5. It stimulates the production of insulin by the pancreas
    1. Insulin and epinephrine hormones directly bind to the catalytic sites of the FBPase enzyme and regulate the simultaneous working of gluconeogenesis and glycolysis
    2. The enzyme protein kinase A gets activated by the hormones epinephrine and glucagon
    3. In response to the high levels of insulin, the G-protein gets inactivated, and then insulin-stimulated phosphatase enzyme converts FBPase to PFK-2 form and starts the glycolysis pathway
    4. The activated FBPase-2 activates the gluconeogenesis by synthesis of fructose-6-phosphate from fructose-2,6-bisphosphate
    5. The activated protein kinase A enzyme causes the phosphorylation of PFK-2 and activates the FBPase-2 activity
    1. Brunner's glands
    2. Pituitary gland
    3. Thyroid gland
    4. Adrenal glands
    5. Pineal gland

    Author of lecture Hormonal Control

     Kevin Ahern, PhD

    Kevin Ahern, PhD

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