papajani123
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Name a hormone other than insulin or glucagon that is involved in regulating blood glucose concentration.

Does glucose or glycogen count? I don't know
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Glucose and Glycogen aren't hormones.

Adrenaline (Epinephrine) stimulates glycogenolysis.
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Have a look at what the following hormones do in relation to glucose homeostasis:

- Thyroxine
- Cortisol
- Epinephrine
- Growth Hormone
- ACTH

Don't know if you've covered these in your modules or not. Use the one that you may have.
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(Original post by Kvothe the Arcane)
Glucose and Glycogen aren't hormones.

Adrenaline (Epinephrine) stimulates glycogenolysis.
nice one !!!
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Defo adrenaline as said above

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