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Nicotine induces chromatin remodelling through decreases in the methyltransferases GLP, G9a, Setdb1 and levels of H3K9me2

The Effects of GLP-1 on Insulin Release in Young and Old Rats in the Fasting State and During an Intravenous Glucose Tolerance Test

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The anorexic effect of Ex4/Fc through GLP-1 receptor activation in high-fat diet fed mice

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Decreased TCF7L2 protein levels in type 2 diabetes mellitus correlate with downregulation of GIP- and GLP-1 receptors and impaired beta-cell function

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Glucagon-like peptide‐1, a peptide hormone secreted by cells of the distal ileum in response to food intake; formed by post-synthetic modification of proglucagon, and formerly known as enteroglucagon. Like GIP it stimulates insulin secretion before glucose has been absorbed, so that there is a higher insulin response to oral than to intravenous glucose. See also incretins.

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