Deepak Narayan Parchwani

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Genetic polymorphism as described with angiotensin-converting enzyme gene has been proposed as a putative mediator of diabetic nephropathy. We substantiate the hypothesis that genetic variants of the ACE have significant impacts on diabetic nephropathy. To assess the possible association between the three ACE polymorphic variants and DN in an ethnically(More)
BACKGROUND Current treatment guidelines support the role of lifestyle modification, in terms of increasing the quantity and quality of physical activity to achieve target glycemia in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. OBJECTIVE To assess the effect of structured exercise training and unstructured physical activity interventions on glycemic control.(More)
Discovery of differences in the formation of triose phosphate intermediates (TPint) and methylglyoxal (MG) by cell metabolism between mouse strains with identical levels of hyperglycemia suggested prospective importance to diabetes complications. To assess the possible relevance of triose phosphates [glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate and dihydroxyacetone(More)
Several lines of experimental and clinical evidence have alluded a pivotal role of renin in blood pressure homeostasis and therefore a relevance of molecular variants of the renin gene and essential hypertension have been speculated. This study was designed to evaluate the pattern, alliance and risk of renin Mbo I (10631A>G; rs2368564) polymorphism at the(More)
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