... Insulin is produced by beta cells in the pancreas
in response to rising levels of glucose in the ... beta cells in the Islets of Langerhans of the pancreas
, destroying them or damaging them sufficiently ... still do.
The discovery of the role of the pancreas
in diabetes is generally credited to Joseph Von ...
... in inactive form as chymotrypsinogen in the pancreas
and transported in this form to the stomach ... prevents the enzyme from harmful digestion of the pancreas
or other tissue. This type of inactive precursor ... in human saliva and also released by the pancreas
Angiotensin converting enzyme
ATPases : ...
... is produced in the Islets of Langerhans in the pancreas
) is a polypeptide hormone that regulates ... in Berlin , was studying the structure of the pancreas
under a new microscope when he noticed some ... German physician Oscar Minkowski removed the pancreas
from a healthy dog to demonstrate this assumed ...
... in the duodenum and signals the secretion of sodium bicarbonate in the pancreas
and it stimulates the bile secretion in the liver . This hormone ... is in the duodenum and stimulates the release of digestive enzymes in the pancreas
and stimulates the emptying of bile in the gall bladder . This hormone is ...
... or large intestine
Bones in the human skeleton ...
... involves the decomposition of fat to produce heat.
Sweating cools the body with the use of evaporation .
produces insulin and glucagon to control blood-sugar concentration.
The lungs take in oxygen and give off carbon dioxide .
The kidneys ...
... hexokinases), allows it to serve different functions in cells of specific organs, such as control of insulin release by the beta cells of the pancreas
, or initiation of glycogen synthesis by liver cells. Both of these processes must only occur when glucose is abundant, or problems occur.
... first several hundred cases.
Arthropods have a digestive gland that functions like a combination of the liver and the pancreas
. In insects this organ is known as the fat body .
The following are standard medical textbooks.
Eugene R. Schiff, Michael ....
... cytosol near the receptor will cause it to release even more Ca 2+ . It is especially important in neurons and muscle cells . In heart and pancreas
cells, another second messenger (cyclic ADP ribose ) takes part in the receptor activation.
The localized and time-limited activity of Ca 2+ ...