mellitus is a medical disorder characterized by ... levels), especially after eating. All types of diabetes
mellitus share similar symptoms and ... and even legs.
The most important forms of diabetes
are due to decreased production of insulin ...
... Insulin is used medically in some forms of diabetes
mellitus . Patients with Type 1 diabetes
mellitus depend on exogenous insulin (injected ... deficiency of the hormone; patients with Type 2 diabetes
mellitus have either relatively low insulin ...
Factors relating to female infertility are:
mellitus , thyroid disorders, adrenal disease
Significant liver , ... include 3 :
Endocrine problems, i.e. diabetes
mellitus , thyroid disorders
Hypothalamic disorders, i.e. Kallmann ...
... foods per week); they are less prone to the 'diseases of civilization' - diabetes
, heart disease and cancer - than Europeans, and their varied diet is ... endemic illnesses began to flourish, such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes
These illnesses are increasingly recognised now as being ...
... shows why an abnormal production of TNF plays a fundamental role in several human diseases, especially (but not only) in autoimmune diseases, such as diabetes
and multiple sclerosis.
Implication and role of apoptosis in diverse pathologies
Apoptosis and the role of interferon in tumor ...
... precipitate indicates the presence of aldehydes or aldehyde groups. An example for its use is to screen for glucose in urine , thus detecting diabetes
. It was developed by German chemist Hermann von Fehling .
Fehling's solution is always made just prior to the test. Two equal ...
... low rate of glycosylation is due to glucose's preference for the less reactive cyclic isomer . Nevertheless, many of the long-term complications of diabetes
(e.g., blindness, kidney failure, and peripheral neuropathy) are probably due to the glycosylation of proteins.
The chain form of D ...
... scale, an overactive immune system figures in a number of other disorders, particularly autoimmune disorders such as lupus erythematosus , type I diabetes
(sometimes called "juvenile onset diabetes"), multiple sclerosis , psoriasis , and rheumatoid arthritis . In these the immune system fails to ...
... biology. ISB's goal is to unravel the mysteries of human biology to identify strategies for predicting and preventing diseases such as cancer, diabetes
gene regulatory network
... External links
PLOS Primer: Antigen-Specific T Cells: Analyses of the Needles in the Haystack
T Cell Workshop , Research by the Immunology of diabetes