Glycogenesis

Glycogenesis is the process of glycogen synthesis, in which glucose molecules are added to chains of glycogen for storage. This process is activated during rest periods following the Cori cycle, in the liver, and also activated by insulin in response to high glucose levels, for example after a carbohydrate-containing meal. ==Steps== ==Control and ...
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Glycogenesis

• (n.) The production or formation of sugar from gycogen, as in the liver.
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glycogenesis

(gli″ko-jen´ә-sis) the conversion of glucose to glycogen for storage in the liver. adj., glycogenet´ic., adj.
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glycogenesis

(gli;kuo-jen;u1-sis) The formation of glycogen from glucose.
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glycogenesis

noun the conversion of glucose to glycogen when the glucose in the blood exceeds the demand
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glycogenesis

production of glycogen
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glycogenesis

The formation of glycogen from food. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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Glycogenesis

The process by which glycogen is formed from glucose. Controlled by insulin. See also: Glycogen.
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glycogenesis

Type: Term Pronunciation: glī′kō-jen′ĕ-sis Definitions: 1. Formation of glycogen from d-glucose by means of glycogen synthase and dextrin dextranase; the first enzyme catalyzes formation of a polyglucose with α-1,4 links from UDPglucose, and the second removes fragments from one chain and transfers them to an α-...
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glycogenesis

[n] - the formation in animals of glycogen from glucose
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