Aperçus sur la nutrition et le métabolisme


Glucose metabolism, breakdown and its regulation in liver

Amena Rukhsar*

Glucose homeostasis is firmly regulated to meet the energy prerequisites of the vital organs and keep an individual's health. The liver plays a significant part in the control of glucose homeostasis by controlling different pathways of glucose metabolism, including glycogenesis, glycogenolysis, glycolysis and gluconeogenesis. Both the acute and chronic guideline of the proteins associated with the pathways are expected for the legitimate working of these complex interlaced systems.