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Our data show that physiological overproduction of UCP3 in glycolytic muscles results in mitochondrial uncoupling, resistance to high-fat diet-induced obesity and sex specificity regarding insulin sensitivity and whole-body substrate utilisation.
Although patients carrying the m.3243A>G mutation account for the majority of cases of diabetes secondary to mtDNA mutations, several other genotypes are also associated with the development of diabetes, some with high penetrance. All show a gradual progression to insulin requirement. Percentage...
Enhanced GLUT2-mediated glucose transport across the proximal tubule BBM during diabetic hyperglycaemia is closely associated with increased PKC-βI. Thus, altered levels of GLUT2 and PKC-βI proteins in the BBM may be important factors in the pathogenic processes underlying diabetic renal injury.
GADAs persist for 6 years after diagnosis of LADA, but levels and reactivity to different GAD65 epitopes are not associated with disease progression.
Adiponectin levels do not contribute to the prediction of type 1 diabetes in Ab+ relatives.
Fenofibrate markedly reduced large VLDL particles and produced a clear shift in HDL subspecies towards smaller particles. The HDL3-C increase in conjunction with unchanged apoA-II levels is a dilemma with regard to cardiovascular disease.
In diabetic adolescents both intake of fibre and having a regular meal pattern are associated with blood glucose control. Lower intake of added sugar and sugar-sweetened soft drinks and higher intake of fruits and vegetables are observed among those with optimal compared with those with...
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