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Diabetes Mellitus and renal failure?

I have studies that Diabetes Mellitus leads to kidney failure and its because of the damage of blood vessels (especially blood vessels in kidney) due to high level of blood glucose? My question is how ...
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How to Stabilize Histamine Surges in Exercise of MD/DMII?

I am studying how to stabilize histamine surges/effects without antihistamines in exercise of Metabolic Syndrome (MD) and Diabetes Mellitus II (DMII). Generic/simplified case: Symptoms in exercise: ...
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Freestyle Libre's Glucose's Specificity and Accuracy?

I am studying the Continuous Glucose Monitoring devices i.e. glucose sensors with continuous monitoring. Here one good presentation about the topic. They are considering interstitial fluid in their ...
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What happens if a non-diabetic receives an injection of insulin?

If a person without diabetes or any diabetes-related issues receives an injection of insulin, what happens? Would the blood glucose level drop or does the body naturally compensate for the added ...
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Electrically facilitated active transport across a membrane

I'm trying to go back to school to do a PhD in control theory, specifically concerned with control of glucose. The glucose system can be controlled using two chemicals: insulin and glucagon. I was ...
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Can a brown recluse bite lead to diabetes?

Ok, I realize that this question may seem crazy at first glance. I would agree. Also, this does deal with a medical diagnosis, however, as I'm more concerned with the explanation behind it, I figured ...
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Why are diabetes patients usually overweight when they don't even use the glucose?

Diabetes is a condition where either you are insulin resistant and therefore produce less insulin than usual or you don't produce insulin at all. Insulin is the "key" to the cell's "sugar lock" which ...
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Can stress-induced cortisol reduce diabetes type I?

Let us consider a patient with type 1 diabetes. I think it would be safe to say that diabetes is an autoimmune disease. Now let us suppose this patient comes under stress. As far as I know, cortisol ...
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Do blood glucose “spikes” contribute to insulin resistance, or is prolonged elevation required?

There's increasing public discussion about the health risks of chronic insulin resistance* (IR). In many cases there's a focus on high glycemic index foods that "spike" your blood sugar, which implies ...
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How would real-time blood glucose monitoring work?

Is it possible to perform real-time blood glucose monitoring using a wearable non-invasive device (similar to a fitness band measuring heart rate)? I'm aware that there are some devices in the market ...
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Why basement membrane thickens in diabetes mellitus?

Untreated diabetes mellitus may lead to blindness and kidney failure because the basement membrane of small blood vessels in these organs thickens due to increased production of collagen and laminin. ...
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How do you express and detect GLP-1 receptors?

I am currently working with a peptide which is an analogue for glp-1, but during invitro studies am not able to detect for the presence of GLP1- receptors. The cell line used is Min-6. How do I detect ...
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When was it determined that Type 1 Diabetes is an autoimmune disease?

I just found out today that type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease. When was this discovered?
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Growth Hormone and diabetes

Growth hormone and insulin like growth factors are diabetogenic, so I assume that people with high growth hormone (say due to pituitary tumor) may be at high risk for diabetes. Has any correlation ...