Carcinoembryonic cell adhesion-related molecule 2 regulates insulin secretion and energy balance
© 2019 by the authors. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland. The Carcinoembryonic Antigen-Related Cell Adhesion Molecule (CEACAM) family of proteins plays a significant role in regulating peripheral insulin action by participating in the regulation of insulin metabolism and energy balance. In light of their differential expression, CEACAM1 regulates chiefly insulin extraction, whereas CEACAM2 appears to play a more important role in regulating insulin secretion and overall energy balance, including food intake, energy expenditure and spontaneous physical activity. We will focus this review on the role of CEACAM2 in regulating insulin metabolism and energy balance with an overarching goal to emphasize the importance of the coordinated regulatory effect of these related plasma membrane glycoproteins on insulin metabolism and action.
Salaheldeen, Elsaid; Jaume, Alexa; and Najjar, Sonia Michael, "Carcinoembryonic cell adhesion-related molecule 2 regulates insulin secretion and energy balance" (2019). Biomedical Sciences Open Access Publications. 85.