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We also study the effect of on target tissues [slides 101 132], including increased glucose entry, increased deposition of glycogen and fats, and changes in gene expression. We note that sulphonylureas are ineffective against type 1 diabetes, and study the links between , AMPK and mTOR (mammalian target of rapamycin) [slides 126 127 133 136], between fibrates and PPAR and between thiazolidinediones and PPAR [slides 59, 137 139]. We also note that many of these drugs have unwanted side effects, including weight gain and heart failure, and that rosiglitazone has recently been withdrawn..
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Hero Tim Twiss saved Meg from sickening sludge (Image: Perthshire Advertiser)Get the biggest daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA dog almost drowned after sinking into raw sewage at a Perthshire beauty spot.Pet owner Tim Twiss told how he risked his life by going to the rescue of his bearded collie after she went for a drink of water from a heavily polluted pond between Crieff and Muthill.Mr Twiss (57), who has to take pills every day following kidney and pancreas transplants in 2001, described the site at Bennybeg as “a potential deathtrap” and called for action.”My dog, Meg, was running and playing about and went down to the lake for a drink,” he recalled yesterday.”She went in and actually started to sink in raw sewage. By the time I got down the banking her back was covered and only her head was visible.”I could see when she started to turn round that she was in distress. I rushed across and put one foot into the raw sewage and tried to hold her up with my arm and grab her by the collar with my other hand.”My first concern was for Meg, who is a 22 month old bearded collie.