Pathway of AMPK protein in the intestine
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In the intestine, AMPK protein have different roles The main roles are: - inhibits HMG Coa reductase -activated ACC (acetyl-coA-carboxylase)
The main role is to decrease the level of cholesterol and fatty acids in the intestine