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Insulin-mediated glucose disposal is decreased in normal subjects with relatively low plasma magnesium concentrations



Insulin-mediated glucose disposal is decreased in normal subjects with relatively low plasma magnesium concentrations



Metabolism, Clinical and Experimental 49(3): 418-420



The relationship between the plasma magnesium (Mg) concentration and steady-state plasma insulin (SSPI) and glucose (SSPG) concentrations at the end of a 180-minute infusion of octreotide, insulin, and glucose was determined in 98 healthy nondiabetic subjects. For the purposes of data analysis, the population was divided into tertiles on the basis of the plasma Mg concentration: I, plasma Mg 0.83 mmol/L; II, plasma Mg 0.84 to 0.91 mmol/L; and III, plasma Mg 0.92 mmol/L.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0026-0495(00)90462-1


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