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  • n. An abnormally low level of insulin in the blood


hypo- +‎ insulinemia (Wiktionary)


  • When chronic, food restriction will also increase dopamine d2 receptor density, in addition to acutely producing a stimulant-like high from acute hypoinsulinemia and low IGF levels.

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  • During early life the β-cell mass of these mice was increased; however, at older age they developed progressive hyperglycemia and hypoinsulinemia accompanied by a reduction in β-cell mass.

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  • Perk KO mice was due to hypoinsulinemia associated with low insulin-secreting beta-cell mass caused by diminished beta-cell proliferation and impaired insulin secretion

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  • Perk-deficient mice was largely impaired, beta-cell mass was increased sufficiently by T-antigen induction to rescue the hypoinsulinemia and diabetes in these mice.

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