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glucagon

glu·ca·gon

/ˈglo͞okəˌgän/

Noun

Produced by the pancreas, glucagon is a hormone that raises blood glucose levels (creating the opposite effect of insulin, which lowers blood glucose levels). The pancreas will release glucagon when blood sugar levels are too low.