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Diet and insulin-dependent diabetes in the BB rat



6. Mongeau R~ Scott FW, Trick KD, Brassard R (1983) Preliminary investigation of the effects of dietary modifications on diabetes in- Diabetologia (1985) 28:61 - Letters to the Editor their own. Unfortunately it is not possible to comment on their work at this time since this has not been published except for two experiments reported in four abstracts. What is clear from those abstracts is that the authors had also chosen to consider their animals as either diabetic or non-diabetic without reference to the asymptomatically diabetic rats. Yours sincerely, J. M. Martin and R. B. Elliott Human (n = 6) Chicken (n = 6) Table 61 1. The remaining radioactivity in the cell pellets of human and chicken erythrocytes before and after three washes with incubation buffer Erythrocytes %-Specific 125I-insulin bound to erythrocytes (4 x 109 cells/ml) Initial binding 7,6 + 1.6 a Binding after three washes with acidic buffer (pH 6.0) 0.62 5.22 1. Elliott RB, Martin JM (1984) Dietary protein: a trigger of insulindependent diabetes in the BB rat. Diabetologia 26:297-299 2. Helgason T, Jonasson MR(1981) Evidence for a food addition as a cause of ketosis-prone diabetes. Lancet 2:716-720 3. Rossini AA, Mordes JP, Williams RM,



DiabetologiaSpringer Journals

Published: Jan 1, 1985

DOI: 10.1007/BF00277003

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