Glucose homeostasis is strongly regulated to meet the strength needs of major organs and to maintain human health. The liver has a major role in control glucose homeostasis by controlling numerous pathways of glucose metabolism, over eating collection of glycogen union glycogenesis, separate glycogen of glycogenolysis, glucose separate of glycolysis, and under fasting condition amino corrosive into glucose are gluconeogenesis. this metabolic cycle reliant upon admission of food manage eating social huge of our life. Doesnt control influences diabetic, fat, liver sickness and so forth. accumulate facts from hereditary mammal models indicates that the brain, mostly the hypothalamus, has a key major in the homeostatic rule of might and glucose metabolism. Insulin is the activation of glycogen synthase by phosphorylation of the enzyme glucose 6 phosphate ratio. Glycogen is encoded by glycogen synthase, GS1 is expressed in muscle and other tissues, and GS2 is often expressed in the liver, although we have found that GS2 is rarely stored in the brain. We focused liver Glycogen synthase is regulated without delay by glycogen synthase kinase three, AMPK, protein kinase A PKA and casein kinase 2, each protein kinase resulting in a phosphorylated and catalytically inactive glycogen synthase. GS is also regulated by protein phosphatization, which energises glycogen synthase by dephosphorylation. We aimed previous studies on defects of glycogen metabolism. Tamilarasan Shanmugasundaram | Uthirakumar Devaraj | Elumalai Balamurugan "Irregularity of Glycogen Synthase Homeostasis Complications- Hepatic and Neuro Defects" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-5 | Issue-6 , October 2021, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd46479.pdf Paper URL : https://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/biochemistry/46479/irregularity-of-glycogen-synthase-homeostasis-complications-hepatic-and-neuro-defects/tamilarasan-shanmugasundaram
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