Insulin resistance (IR) is a condition in which the body's cells become resistant to the effects of insulin. That is, the normal response to a given amount of insulin is reduced. As a result, higher levels of insulin are needed in order for insulin to have its proper effects. So, the pancreas compensates by trying to produce more insulin. This resistance occurs in response to the body's own insulin (endogenous) or when insulin is administered by injection (exogenous).
Related journals of Insulin Resistance
Journal of Metabolic Syndrome, Journal of Diabetes Medication & Care, Journal of Diabetes & Metabolism, Journal of Diabetic Complications & Medicine, Diabetes Case Reports, Diabetes and Metabolism Journal, Journal of Obesity, Diabetes and Vascular Disease Research, Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism, Current Diabetes Reviews, Nutrition and Diabetes, Molecular Genetics and Metabolism.
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Jan 01, 1970
Accepted Date: Jan 01, 1970
Published Date: Jan 01, 1970