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Proc R Soc Med. 1936 April; 29(6): 658–670.
PMCID: PMC2075730

Physiological Factors Influencing the Action of Insulin

(Section of Therapeutics and Pharmacology)

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  • Bainbridge HW. The reduced sensitivity to insulin of rats and mice fed on a carbohydrate-free, excess-fat diet. J Physiol. 1925 Sep 4;60(4):293–300. [PubMed]
  • Hynd A, Rotter DL. Studies on the metabolism of animals on a carbohydrate-free diet: Variations in the sensitivity towards insulin of different species of animals on carbohydrate-free diets. Biochem J. 1931;25(2):457–464. [PubMed]
  • Cope O, Marks HP. Further experiments on the relation of the pituitary gland to the action of insulin and adrenaline. J Physiol. 1934 Dec 31;83(2):157–176. [PubMed]
  • Burn JH, Marks HP. The relation of the thyroid gland to the action of insulin. J Physiol. 1925 Jul 14;60(3):131–141. [PubMed]
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  • Fletcher WM. Lactic acid in amphibian muscle. J Physiol. 1907 Mar 27;35(4):247–309. [PubMed]

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