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Enhanced glycemic responsiveness to epinephrine in insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus is the result of the inability to secrete insulin. Augmented insulin secretion normally limits the glycemic, but not the lipolytic or ketogenic, response to epinephrine in humans.
M A Berk, W E Clutter, D Skor, S D Shah, R P Gingerich, C A Parvin, P E Cryer
Volume 75, Issue 6
J Clin Invest.
1985; 75(6):1842–1851 doi:10.1172/JCI111898
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