Red Blood Cell Insulin Receptors in Health and Disease
Contents: Structure and characteristics of erythrocyte insulin receptor. Red blood cell age and insulin receptors. Insulin receptors in human disease states. Obesity. Chronic renal failure. Acanthosis nigricans. Miscellaneous disease states. Insulin receptors in children. Insulin receptors in women during pregnancy. Insulin binding and other hormones. Comparison of biosynthetic insulin, pancreatic human insulin and porcine insulin binding to erythrocytes. Effect of exercise on insulin binding to red blood cells of normal human volunteers. Miscellaneous insulin binding studies. Insulin internalization and degradation. Insulin and erythrocyte metabolism. Summary and conclusion.
Gambhir, Kanwal K.; and Agarwal, Veena R.. 1991. Red Blood Cell Insulin Receptors in Health and Disease. Biochemical Medicine and Metabolic Biology. Vol.45(2). 133-153. https://doi.org/10.1016/0885-4505(91)90015-D PMID: 1883623 ISSN: 0885-4505