Contrast catabolic and anabolic pathways

In the early stages of acromegaly the catabolic effects of GH often predominate, and the cat often presents and displays signs very similar to a typical diabetic cat.  The most common early signs of acromegaly are increased eating (polyphagia), increased drinking (polydypsia), and increased urination (polyuria).  In one study, 100% of owners of cats with confirmed acromegaly reported increased drinking and urinating, and 16/17 owners reported an increase in appetite. (6)   Because of the very similar initial presentation of acromegaly and diabetes mellitus, it is easy to see how a diagnosis of acromegaly could initially easily be confused for a diagnosis of diabetes mellitus.  The cat may show an initial weight loss, as well, which is also commonly seen in cats with non-acromegaly diabetes mellitus.  However, as the disease progresses, the cat will often begin to gain weight.  This is in contrast to most patients with uncomplicated diabetes mellitus who typically do not gain weight, but rather show varying amounts of weight loss throughout the course of disease.

One study appeared to show that gw 50156 side effects included the growth of cancer cells but on further inspection, the results could be considered misleading. The study of gw1516 which was carried out on mice included 1000 times the recommended dose, taken over a prolonged period of time. As no individual would be taking such an inflated level of gw501516, there is debatable value attached to this particular study. Nevertheless, despite the criticism of this study, it was sufficient for GSK to drop the project so shouldn’t be dismissed completely.

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Ken Johnson is a Collaborative Justice writer, lecturer and practitioner with former teaching experience (public and post-secondary), 15 years experience in the criminal justice system, certification from the Florida Supreme Court as a County Court Mediator and training in Restorative Justice from the College of Professional Studies at the University of West Florida.  In addition, he holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Sciences from the University of West Florida and a Masters in Business Administration degree from Saint Leo University.  Ken Johnson is also the author of a soon to be released book called Unbroken CirclesSM for Schools:  Restoring Schools One Conflict at a Time.  For his good works, Ken was commissioned in 2005 as a Kentucky Colonel.   

Contrast catabolic and anabolic pathways

contrast catabolic and anabolic pathways

Ken Johnson is a Collaborative Justice writer, lecturer and practitioner with former teaching experience (public and post-secondary), 15 years experience in the criminal justice system, certification from the Florida Supreme Court as a County Court Mediator and training in Restorative Justice from the College of Professional Studies at the University of West Florida.  In addition, he holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Sciences from the University of West Florida and a Masters in Business Administration degree from Saint Leo University.  Ken Johnson is also the author of a soon to be released book called Unbroken CirclesSM for Schools:  Restoring Schools One Conflict at a Time.  For his good works, Ken was commissioned in 2005 as a Kentucky Colonel.   

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