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anonymous

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What do insulin and glucagon have in common? They both provide structural support, but only insulin is a carbohydrate. They both store energy, but only glucagon is a carbohydrate. They are both hormones that regulate blood-sugar levels. They are both hormones that help fight disease.

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  1. anonymous
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    they both help maintain regular blood sugar

  2. anonymous
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    Thank you

  3. anonymous
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    They are both hormones that regulate blood-sugar levels.

  4. anoop27
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    Ans is They are both hormones that regulate blood-sugar levels.

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