Delaying of insulin signal transduction in skeletal muscle cells by selenium compounds

Supranutritional selenium (Se) intake and high serum Se levels have been associated epidemiologically with increased risk for type 2 diabetes, suggesting adverse effects of dietary Se compounds and/or antioxidant selenoenzymes on the sensitivity of target tissues for insulin.

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