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125 30 30 8 8 M. Kergoat D. Bailbe B. Portha Laboratory of Development Physiology University of Paris Paris France Summary The effects of chronic high sucrose feeding for 1 month on in vivo and in vitro insulin secretion and on in vivo insulin action were studied in rats with...
125 30 30 8 8 Dr. R. Flückiger T. Woodtli W. Berger Departments of Research and Internal Medicine University Clinics, Kantonsspital Basel Switzerland Zentrum für Lehre und Forschung Diabetologie Hebelstraße 20 CH-4031 Basel Switzerland Summary Repeated estimation of plasma protein glycation by...
125 30 30 8 8 A. L. M. Swislocki Y. -D. I. Chen A. Golay M. -O. Chang M. Reaven Department of Medicine Stanford University School of Medicine USA Geriatric Research, Education and Clinical Center, Veterans Administration Medical Center Palo Alto California USA Summary In order to define the...
125 30 30 8 8 A. Cama S. I. Taylor Biochemistry and Molecular Pathophysiology Section, Diabetes Branch National Institute of Diabetes USA National Institutes of Health Digestive and Kidney Diseases Bethesda Maryland USA Summary Defects in insulin receptor function can impair the response of...
125 30 30 8 8 M. Porta M. La Selva P. Molinatti G. M. Molinatti Cattedre di Clinica Medica 2 ed Endocrinologia University of Turin Turin Italy Conclusions Endothelial cells are directly exposed to altered concentrations of circulating metabolites in diabetes and are likely to be involved early,...
125 30 30 8 8 H. J. Bodansky W. F. Kelly Professorial Medical Unit The General Infirmary Leeds General Hospital Middlesborough UK Summary Some patients do not fall neatly into the categories of Type 1 (insulin-dependent), Type 2 (non-insulin-dependent) or maturity onset diabetes of young people...
125 30 30 8 8 M. P. Hermans W. Schmeer J. C. Henquin Unité de Diabétologie et Nutrition University of Louvain, Faculty of Medicine Brussels Belgium I Physiologisches Institut, University of Saarland Homburg/Saar FRG Summary Mouse islets were used to study how glucose modulates arginine...
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