Regulation of Metabolism

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Free radicals, oxidative stress, antioxidants and homeostasis

• Role of ghrelin in the regulation of hunger

• Drugs that bind PPAR (nuclear receptors for treating type 2 diabetes)

• Factors that affect calorie expenditures

• Regulation of adaptive thermogenesis

• Impaired glucose tolerance and oral glucose tolerance test

• Lifestyle changes and impaired glucose tolerance

• Bone resorption and deposition

• Mechanisms of osteoclast activity

• Role of estrogens in bone mineralization

• Reactive oxygen species production and defense (fig. 19.1)

• The regulation of insulin secretion (fig. 19.7)

• Resorption of bone by osteoclasts (fig. 19.18ft) -1

Osteoclast Reactive Oxygen Species

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