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FA 2012 errata says beta 2 antagonist increases insulin secretion, is it correct?
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FA 2013 errata said , It's beta 2 agonist which increase insulin realese .

http://www.firstaidteam.com/wp-conte...ata-130308.pdf
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nope antagonist dont have efficacy and moreover beta agonist is the one which increases insulin
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FA 2012 errata says beta 2 antagonist increases insulin secretion, is it correct?
I think the errata say alpha 2 antagonists increase insulin secretion. Cuz I've made that correction in my FA 2012.
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According to kaplan alpha 2 agonist decrease insulin and beta2 agonist increase glucagon..
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