alexa Evolutionary Co-Emergence of Appetite and Hormonal Rhythms: A Molecular Highway to Overpass Obesity

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Evolutionary Co-Emergence of Appetite and Hormonal Rhythms: A Molecular Highway to Overpass Obesity

This perspective article constructs a global and molecular antiadiposity theory on evolutionary circadian rhythms of insulin-mediated appetite regulation. Insulin as a storage hormone with leading contributions to intermediary metabolism has been interacting with genetic diversity in different mammals. As demanded by the living environment, insulin stimulates high-performance cellular glucose and amino acids entry [1,2]. Ruminants, as sophisticated working models for studying most devastating diseases in humans, are differently diversified genetically. As such, much less glucose crosses into the portal vein in ruminants than in non-ruminants.

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