A mathematical model of the impact of insulin secretion dynamics on selective hepatic insulin resistance.
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AbstractPhysiological insulin secretion exhibits various temporal patterns, the dysregulation of which is involved in diabetes development. We analyzed the impact of first-phase and pulsatile insulin release on glucose and lipid control with various hepatic insulin signaling networks. The mathematical model suggests that atypical protein kinase C (aPKC) undergoes a bistable switch-on and switch-off, under the control of insulin receptor substrate 2 (IRS2). The activation of IRS1 and IRS2 is temporally separated due to the inhibition of IRS1 by aPKC. The model further shows that the timing of aPKC switch-off is delayed by reduced first-phase insulin and reduced amplitude of insulin pulses. Based on these findings, we propose a sequential model of postprandial hepatic control of glucose and lipid by insulin, according to which delayed aPKC switch-off contributes to selective hepatic insulin resistance, which is a long-standing paradox in the field.
CitationA mathematical model of the impact of insulin secretion dynamics on selective hepatic insulin resistance. 2017, 8 (1):1362 Nat Commun
AffiliationBraunschweiger Zentrum für Systembiologie, Rebenring 56, 38106, Germany.
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