Glucagon is a peptide hormone produced by cells in the pancreas, which, with an effect opposite of insulin, raises the concentration of glucose found in the blood stream by promoting glucogenesis and glycogenolysis. Glucagon deficiency is one of the major causes of hypoglycemia, a condition characterized by diminished levels of glucose in the blood. Glucagon deficiency can produce a variety of symptoms, but the principal problems arise from an inadequate supply of glucose in the brain and resulting impairment of function.
Glucagon Deficiency Bioinformatics Tool
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