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Hepatic glucagon action is essential for exercise-induced reversal of mouse fatty liver.

Berglund ED, Lustig DG, Baheza RA, Hasenour CM, Lee-Young RS, Donahue EP, Lynes SE, Swift LL, Charron MJ, Damon BM, Wasserman DH
Diabetes. 2011 60 (11): 2720-9

PMID: 21885872 · PMCID: PMC3198076 · DOI:10.2337/db11-0455

Exercise is an effective intervention to treat fatty liver. However, the mechanism(s) that underlie exercise-induced reductions in fatty liver are unclear. Here we tested the hypothesis that exercise requires hepatic glucagon action to reduce fatty liver.

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Animals Body Weight Dietary Fats Disease Progression Fatty Liver Glucagon Lipid Metabolism Liver Magnetic Resonance Imaging Male Mice Mice, Inbred C57BL Mice, Knockout Motor Activity Receptors, Glucagon Signal Transduction

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