Time-dependent effects of free fatty acids on glucose effectiveness in type 2 diabetes.

Abstract:

:Impaired effectiveness of glucose to suppress endogenous glucose production (EGP) is an important cause of worsening hyperglycemia in type 2 diabetes. Elevated free fatty acids (FFAs) may impair glucose effectiveness via several mechanisms, including rapid changes in metabolic fluxes and/or more gradual changes in gene expression of key enzymes or other proteins. Thus, we examined the magnitude and time course of effects of FFAs on glucose effectiveness in type 2 diabetes and whether glucose effectiveness can be restored by lowering FFAs. Glucose fluxes ([3-(3)H]-glucose) were measured during 6-h pancreatic clamp studies, at euglycemia (5 mmol/l glucose, t=0-240 min), and hyperglycemia (10 mmol/l, t=240-360 min). We studied 19 poorly controlled subjects with type 2 diabetes (HbA(1c) 10.9 +/- 0.4%, age 50 +/- 3 years, BMI 30 +/- 2 kg/m(2)) on at least two occasions with saline (NA- group) or nicotinic acid (NA group) infusions for 3, 6, or 16 h (NA3h, NA6h, and NA16h groups, respectively) to lower FFAs to nondiabetic levels. As a reference group, glucose effectiveness was also assessed in 15 nondiabetic subjects. There was rapid improvement in hepatic glucose effectiveness following only 3 h of NA infusion (NA3h = 31 +/- 6% suppression of EGP with hyperglycemia vs. NA- = 8 +/- 7%; P<0.01) and complete restoration of glucose effectiveness after 6 h of NA (NA6h = 41 +/- 8% suppression of EGP; P = NS vs. nondiabetic subjects). Importantly, the loss of hepatic glucose effectiveness in type 2 diabetes is completely reversible upon correcting the increased FFA concentrations. A longer duration of FFA lowering may be required to overcome the chronic effects of increased FFAs on hepatic glucose effectiveness.

journal_name

Diabetes

journal_title

Diabetes

authors

Kishore P,Tonelli J,Koppaka S,Fratila C,Bose A,Lee DE,Reddy K,Hawkins M

doi

10.2337/db05-0988

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2006-06-01 00:00:00

pages

1761-8

issue

6

eissn

0012-1797

issn

1939-327X

pii

55/6/1761

journal_volume

55

pub_type

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