Osmosis: Insulin (Functions). (2020, October 29). Retrieved from (https://www.osmosis.org/learn/Insulin_(Functions)).
Summary of Insulin (Functions)
Insulin, secreted by the beta-cells of the pancreas, is a major hormone in glucose control. It’s actions oppose those of the hormone glucagon, and is released when there are glucose levels are elevated.
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