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Fig. 3

From: The relative importance of kinetic mechanisms and variable enzyme abundances for the regulation of hepatic glucose metabolism – insights from mathematical modeling

Fig. 3

Phosphorylation states of enzymes as function of glucagon (a) or insulin (b) concentrations. Bold lines depict the function γ (Additional file 1) used to relate the level of insulin and glucagon to the phosphorylated form of enzymes regulated by reversible phosphorylation. Experimental data are from various sources [6673]. Additional Tables S5 and S6 summarize the used values (Additional file 1)

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