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Biochemistry Why increased proteins by increasing carbohydrates?

why glucocorticoides increase liver protein synthesis secondarly to increase gluconeogensis and glycogen synthysis??what is the mechanism
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Cortisol (with glucagon) stimulates the pepck gene, thereby stimulating gluconeogenesis.

Cortisol binds the GRE binding site.
Glucagon binds the CRE binding site.
This stimulates transcription of pepck.

Its in kaplan biochem.
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Cortisol (with glucagon) stimulates the pepck gene, thereby stimulating gluconeogenesis.

Cortisol binds the GRE binding site.
Glucagon binds the CRE binding site.
This stimulates transcription of pepck.

Its in kaplan biochem.
y but those r enzymes , my question is why by doing this it increase protein synthesis in liver???
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enzymes are also proteins ...

proteins produced by the liver.. doesnt necessarily mean albumin and the larger
carrier proteins
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y but those r enzymes , my question is why by doing this it increase protein synthesis in liver???
Where did you read this? What UW question you are referring to? Copy the whole question here and we'll tell you what crucial concept you are confused about.
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