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- n. Alternative form of glycogen.
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Insulin is responsible for taking excess energy and storing it as fat, while glucogen mobilizes energy.
The liver does this by converting glucogen (not to be confused with glucagon, the hormone mentioned above, confusing I know) back to glucose.
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