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AIDA v4.0 is a freeware computer program that permits the interactive simulation of plasma insulin and blood glucose profiles for demonstration and teaching purposes. It has been made freely available, without charge, on the World Wide Web as a noncommercial contribution to continuing diabetes...
Over the last 2 decades assay technology originating in the laboratory has been adapted for the special situation of in vitro blood glucose monitoring in the home, at work or play, or at the bedside. The availability of blood glucose monitoring devices has had a significant impact on the...
Functional genomics can be defined as the search for the physiological role of a gene for which only its primary sequence is known. One example of a successful functional genomics adventure is the search for the natural ligands of orphan G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs). GPCRs are proteins...
Background: Glucose monitoring based on sampling skin interstitial fluid (ISF) is being developed as an alternative to fingerstick blood glucose monitoring. Time delays between rapidly changing levels of glucose in blood and interstitial fluid have been reported in the literature to be between 5...
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