As a part of research on glucose transporters, I already proposed a hypothesis that the change of the blood glucose level includes information about the estimated rate with which the hypothalamus expects the blood glucose level to return to normal range, by means of regulatory mechanisms of glucose homeostasis. As the interstitial glucose level change reflects the blood glucose level change, I proposed a method to estimate the blood-to-interstitial glucose level delay prior formulating the hypothesis. For the estimation, measured glucose levels can be either approximated or interpolated. Each method has its pros and cons. However, the estimated delay converges into narrower bounds, as more glucose levels are measured, if the measured glucose levels are interpolated. In this paper, I present further details on the interpolation method which were not presented in previously published papers.
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- Glucose-Level Interpolation for Determining Glucose Distribution Delay