All Relations between Depression and insulin

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B Willms, M Talaulicar, U Deuticke, E Kunz. [Diabetic neuropathic cachexia (author's transl)]. Deutsche medizinische Wochenschrift (1946). vol 104. issue 21. 1979-08-16. PMID:446296. marked weight loss with cachexia together with severe depression and pain from symmetrical peripheral neuropathy were noted in a 66-year-old man, known to have had diabetes for six years, which required insulin on admission to hospital. 1979-08-16 2023-08-11 Not clear
G S Tannenbaum, J Epelbaum, E Colle, P Brazeau, J B Marti. Antiserum to somatostatin reverses starvation-induced inhibition of growth hormone but not insulin secretion. Endocrinology. vol 102. issue 6. 1979-05-23. PMID:744057. six-hour secretory profiles obtained from chronically cannulated male rats deprived of food for 72 h showed marked suppression of gh secretory bursts and significant depression of plasma insulin levels. 1979-05-23 2023-08-11 rat
A Dempe, D Michaelis, P Heinke, D Franke, W Seitz, D Barthel, K Bauc. [Incidence of gestational diabetes as well as changes in insulin secretion during pregnancy. 1. Studies on pregnant women suspected of diabetes using the glucose infusion test (GIT)]. Zentralblatt fur Gynakologie. vol 100. issue 23. 1979-04-26. PMID:742251. in the following stages, there will take place a depression of the early insulin phase with a pathological carbohydrate tolerance of the pregnant women in the sense of a gestational diabetes. 1979-04-26 2023-08-11 Not clear
J C Davis, L J Hipkin, R Finn, C A St Hil. Do plasma glycoproteins induce lymphocyte hyporesponsiveness and insulin resistance? Lancet (London, England). vol 2. issue 8104-5. 1979-02-23. PMID:82844. depression of lymphocyte transformation and an increase in insulin resistance are common to pregnancy, oral contraceptive use, widespread malignancy, infection, and tissue destruction. 1979-02-23 2023-08-11 Not clear
A M Hadbavny, B J Buchanan, J P Filkin. Insulin and the glucoregulatory alterations of RES depression. Journal of the Reticuloendothelial Society. vol 24. issue 1. 1978-11-18. PMID:690996. insulin and the glucoregulatory alterations of res depression. 1978-11-18 2023-08-11 Not clear
W H Peters, D Gottschling, M Ziegler, W Haud. Basal hyperinsulinemia in Wistar-rats rendered obese by a high-fat diet. Acta biologica et medica Germanica. vol 36. issue 9. 1978-08-28. PMID:614758. feeding control diets (3% fat, w/v) for 4 weeks to fatty rats, results in a depression of insulin levels to control values together with a reduction of the body weight. 1978-08-28 2023-08-11 rat
J H Wright, J J Jacisin, N S Radin, R A Bel. Glucose metabolism in unipolar depression. The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science. vol 132. 1978-06-28. PMID:638393. previously described abnormalities in the balance between glucose and free fatty acids were not seen, but endogenous depression was associated with lowered glucose utilization rate with insulin resistance. 1978-06-28 2023-08-11 human
L Hausmann, G Schumann, H Kaffarni. [Insulin and pro-insulin secretion following intravenous administration of tolbutamide, glisoxepide and glibenclamide]. Arzneimittel-Forschung. vol 28. issue 1. 1978-04-17. PMID:415745. the significance of the one-chain precursor of insulin as a part of the sulfonylurea stimulated total insulin for glucose depression is discussed. 1978-04-17 2023-08-11 human
P L Schwartz, N J McHug. Tests for cataglykin activity on a cyanogen bromide fragment of human growth hormone. Metabolism: clinical and experimental. vol 27. issue 1. 1978-02-18. PMID:619223. the peptide prolonged the depression of blood glucose concentration brought about by insulin during intravenous insulin tolerance tests in rats. 1978-02-18 2023-08-11 human
P L Schwartz, N J McHug. Tests for cataglykin activity on a cyanogen bromide fragment of human growth hormone. Metabolism: clinical and experimental. vol 27. issue 1. 1978-02-18. PMID:619223. however, the magnitude of the depression caused by insulin was not increased. 1978-02-18 2023-08-11 human
D L Curry, R M Joy, D C Holley, L L Bennet. Magnesium modulation of glucose-induced insulin secretion by the perfused rat pancreas. Endocrinology. vol 101. issue 1. 1977-07-29. PMID:324755. increasing levels of magnesium were found to cause a marked depression of glucosestimulated insulin secretion at fixed calcium levels, particularly at levels which bracketed the concentration of ultrafiltrable magnesium found in normal rat plasma (1.3 meq/l), i.e., increasing magnesium from 0.6 to 1.2 meq/l depressed secretion, and increasing magnesium from 1.2 to 2.4 meq/l resulted in a further depression. 1977-07-29 2023-08-11 rat
F I Martin, N Hansen, G L Warn. Attempted suicide by insulin overdose in insulin-requiring diabetics. The Medical journal of Australia. vol 1. issue 3. 1977-04-28. PMID:840089. in three cases there was a history of depression; but despite huge doses of insulin (3,000 and 1,500 units) in two, no patient died and only one had residual signs of clinical brain damage. 1977-04-28 2023-08-11 Not clear
H J Quabbe, W Ramek, A S Luyck. Growth hormone, glucagon, and insulin response to depression of plasma free fatty acids and the effect of glucose infusion. The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism. vol 44. issue 2. 1977-04-15. PMID:838844. growth hormone, glucagon, and insulin response to depression of plasma free fatty acids and the effect of glucose infusion. 1977-04-15 2023-08-11 human
H J Quabbe, W Ramek, A S Luyck. Growth hormone, glucagon, and insulin response to depression of plasma free fatty acids and the effect of glucose infusion. The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism. vol 44. issue 2. 1977-04-15. PMID:838844. thus, during na-induced ffa depression the secretion of two lipolytic hormones--gh and glucagon--is stimulated while the secretion of the lipogenetic hormone insulin remains low. 1977-04-15 2023-08-11 human
S Suzuki, H Oka, H Yasuda, T Kaneko, K Yamashita, T Od. Effects of mannoheptulose and DL-glyceraldehyde on glucose induced insulin release and adenosine 3',5'-monophosphate levels in isoalted islets of rat pancreas. Endocrinologia japonica. vol 23. issue 5. 1977-03-15. PMID:188634. this inhibition on insulin release was accompanied with the simultaneous depression of cyclic amp levels in islets. 1977-03-15 2023-08-11 rat
A Stevenson, Z Merali, S Kacew, R L Singha. Effects of subsacute and chronic lead treatment on glucose homeostasis and renal cyclic AMP metabolism in rats. Toxicology. vol 6. issue 3. 1977-01-28. PMID:186914. the observed enhancement of kidney gluconeogenic enzymes in chronically treated animals was associated with a stimulation of the adenylate cyclase-cyclic amp system, a rise in blood blucose and urea as well as a depression in hepatic glycogen and serum immunoreactive insulin (iri) levels. 1977-01-28 2023-08-11 rat
R J Kones, J H Phillip. Insulin: fundamental mechanism of action and the heart. Cardiology. vol 60. issue 5. 1976-10-20. PMID:182367. however, during myocardial hypoxia, insulin alone cannot restore the associated depression in protein synthesis. 1976-10-20 2023-08-11 Not clear
A Tiengo, D Fedele, E Marchiori, R Nosadini, M Mugge. Suppression and stimulation mechanisms controlling glucagon secretion in a case of islet-cell tumor producing glucagon, insulin, and gastrin. Diabetes. vol 25. issue 5. 1976-08-02. PMID:5326. while oral glucose load and intravenous glucose infusion did not suppress glucagon secretion, insulin administration induced a prompt depression in glucagon levels. 1976-08-02 2023-08-11 Not clear
A U Parma. Effects of hypophysectomy and short-term growth hormone replacement on insulin release from and glucose metabolism in isolated rat islets of Langerhans. The Journal of endocrinology. vol 67. issue 1. 1976-02-19. PMID:1104738. short-term gh replacement partially reversed the depression in glucose-stimulated insulin release. 1976-02-19 2023-08-11 rat
G R Heninger, P S Mueller, L S Davi. Depressive symptoms and the glucose tolerance test and insulin tolerance test. The Journal of nervous and mental disease. vol 161. issue 6. 1976-02-09. PMID:1194911. patients with severe depression have been observed previously to have a reduced rate of glucose utilization accompanied by elevated serum insulin levels during the intravenous glucose tolerance test (gtt) and a reduced metabolic responsiveness to exogenous insulin during the insulin tolerance test (itt). 1976-02-09 2023-08-11 human