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Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol 2000; 20:823–829. 3 Recognition and Assessment of Insulin Resistance William T. Cefalu University of Vermont College of Medicine, Burlington, Vermont I. INTRODUCTION Insulin resistance, deﬁned as an attenuation of normal insulin action, is a key pathogenic phenomenon observed in the natural history of type 2 diabetes (1,2). , muscle and fat) results in hyperinsulinemia, a compensatory mechanism required to maintain normal or near-normal glucose levels. This ‘‘compensated’’ state may be maintained for many years.
4 years (5). 58, respectively. Thus, there are overwhelming data to support the concept that accelerated atherosclerosis occurs many years prior to the onset of type 2 diabetes. The data can be interpreted to mean that subdiabetic levels of plasma glucose are responsible for the vascular disease or that type 2 diabetes is preceded by some metabolic state that causes both type 2 diabetes and accelerated atherosclerosis. Many population-based epidemiological studies published in the 1980s had suggested that high fasting or postprandial plasma insulin levels predicted the development of type 2 diabetes.
C. Signaling Pathways Regulating Glycogen Synthesis In addition to promoting glucose uptake, another major cellular effect of insulin is the production of glycogen. Thus, a reduction in glycogen synthesis is reﬂected by a decrease in nonoxidative glucose disposal assessed during clamp studies (see Sec. IV) and is a hallmark of insulin resistance. Glycogen synthesis involves the conversion of UDP-glucose to glycogen by GS, which is considered the ratelimiting step (43). GS is regulated by both allosteric and phosphorylation– dephosphorylation mechanisms (43,56,57).