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MP term:abnormal glycogen homeostasis
MP id: MP:0005438
Definition: anomaly in the processes involved in the maintenance of an internal equilibrium of glycogen, a readily converted carbohydrate reserve found in most tissues of the body, especially liver and muscle
Number of paths to term: 1

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mammalian phenotype
        is-ahomeostasis/metabolism phenotype
                is-aabnormal homeostasis
                        is-aabnormal glucose homeostasis
                                is-aabnormal circulating glucagon level +
                                is-aabnormal circulating glucose level +
                                is-aabnormal circulating insulin level +
                                is-aabnormal glucagon secretion +
                                is-aabnormal gluconeogenesis
                                is-aabnormal glucose tolerance +
                                is-aabnormal glycogen homeostasis [MP:0005438] (203 genotypes, 242 annotations)
                                        is-aabnormal glycogen catabolism +
                                        is-aabnormal glycogen level +
                                is-aabnormal hepatic glucose production +
                                is-aabnormal insulin clearance
                                is-aabnormal insulin secretion +
                                is-aabnormal renal glucose reabsorption
                                is-aabnormal urine glucose level +
                                is-aincreased insulin sensitivity
                                is-ainsulin resistance

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