N. A. J. Al-Hussary

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The role of cellular insulin receptors in the mechanism of thiazide induced glucose intolerance was studied in 10 non-diabetics and six diet controlled type II diabetics with mild essential hypertension. Glucose tolerance tests (75 g) were performed at the start of the study, after one month of placebo and after one month on bendrofluazide 5 mg daily.(More)
The hypothesis that nifedipine may cause an insidious but reversible change in glucose tolerance, similar to that associated with thiazide therapy, was studied in six nondiabetic and six noninsulin-dependent diabetic patients with hypertension. After medium-term nifedipine therapy (mean duration, 11.5 months) was stopped for one month and then resumed for a(More)
The present study was conducted to evaluate the effect of vaccination against Newcastle disease, infectious bronchitis and infectious bursal disease on some biochemical parameters in serum of broiler chickens. Two hundred and fifty Ross 1-day old unsexed broiler chicks were divided into two groups (unvaccinated and vaccinated), blood samples were obtained(More)
The treatment of poorly controlled, non-compliant non-insulin-dependent diabetic subjects for one month with guar granules (Guarem) was associated with significant improvements in fasting serum glucose and insulin and urinary glucose excretion. No significant change was observed in either oral glucose tolerance, erythrocyte insulin receptor binding, serum(More)
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