Problem: Where specifically (what cell type/region) is insulin produced in the human body? List the 3 anterior pituitary hormones that are glycoprotein heterodimers (made from 2 different genes) comprised of a common (shared) alpha-subunit and a specific beta-subunit.

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Where specifically (what cell type/region) is insulin produced in the human body? 


List the 3 anterior pituitary hormones that are glycoprotein heterodimers (made from 2 different genes) comprised of a common (shared) alpha-subunit and a specific beta-subunit.

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