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5 ML F I G . 2. Displacement by native insulin of 125 I-insulin bound to isolated fat cells. 9 x 10~ n M 125 I-insulin and increas ing amounts of native insulin. ) physiological range of hormone concentration (Fig. 1, upper), and there is an excellent correlation between the binding curve and the dose-response curve for glucose oxidation (Fig. 1, lower). 125 I-insulin bound in small amounts to fat cells is displaced by increasing amounts of native insulin in a manner predicted by the near identity of these two molecules (Fig.
Biochemical Actions of Hormones. Volume 3 by Gerald Litwack