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Effects of insulin on peripheral and splanchnic glucose metabolism in noninsulin-dependent (type II) diabetes mellitus.
- R. DeFronzo, R. Gunnarsson, O. Björkman, M. Olsson, J. Wahren
- Medicine, BiologyThe Journal of clinical investigation
- 1 July 1985
The results emphasize the importance of the peripheral tissues in the disposal of infused glucose and indicate that muscle is the most important site of the insulin resistance in NIDD.
Long-term physical training in female Type 1 (insulin-dependent) diabetic patients: absence of significant effect on glycaemic control and lipoprotein levels
It is concluded that, in female Type 1 diabetic patients, daily physical training for several months does not improve glycaemic control and results only in minor changes in serum lipoprotein profiles.
Increased Peripheral Insulin Sensitivity and Muscle Mitochondrial Enzymes but Unchanged Blood Glucose Control in Type I Diabetics After Physical Training
It is demonstrated that physical training in insulin-dependent diabetics results in increased peripheral insulin sensitivity, a rise in muscle mitochondrial enzyme activities, decreased total plasma cholesterol levels, and unchanged blood glucose control.
Some Characteristics of Steroid Diabetes: A Study in Renal-Transplant Recipients Receiving High-Dose Corticosteroid Therapy
The incidence of steroid diabetes correlated with steroid dose, age, body weight, and diabetes heredity but not with abnormal glucose tolerance or with another complication of steroid therapy, posterior-pole lenticular cataract.
Influence of Physical Training on Formation of Muscle Capillaries in Type I Diabetes
- H. Wallberg-Henriksson, R. Gunnarsson, J. Henriksson, J. Östman, J. Wahren
- Biology, MedicineDiabetes
- 1 September 1984
The findings suggest that the ability to form new skeletal muscle capillaries in response to physical training may be deficient in patients with type I diabetes mellitus of long standing, while the increase in mitochondrial enzyme activities is normal.
Residual insulin production, glycaemic control and prevalence of microvascular lesions and polyneuropathy in long-term Type 1 (insulin-dependent) diabetes mellitus
- S. Sjöberg, R. Gunnarsson, M. Gjötterberg, A. Lefvert, A. Persson, J. Östman
- Medicine, BiologyDiabetologia
- 1 April 1987
The data suggest that residual insulin production in long-term Type 1 diabetes is associated with a more satisfactory glycaemic control and a lower prevalence of early microangiopathic eye and kidney lesions.
Diabetes mellitus--a more-common-than-believed complication of renal transplantation.
A comparative study of growth hormone (GH) and GH‐releasing hormone(1–29)‐NH2 for stimulation of growth in children with GH deficiency
- R‐G Chen, Y‐N Shen, Y. Chardet
- Medicine, BiologyActa paediatrica (Oslo, Norway : ). Supplement
- 1 June 1993
The results from the continuous infusion of GHRH(1–29)‐NH2 over 6 months suggest that this treatment, or the related use of a depot preparation, is unlikely to be as effective as GH for the promotion of growth in GHD.
Structure and metabolism of the pancreatic islets in streptozotocin treated guinea pigs.
Cytotoxic effects of streptozotocin and N-nitrosomethylurea on the pancreatic B cells with special regard to the role of nicotinamide-adenine dinucleotide.
It is concluded that islet NAD(+) depletion is probably important for the B-cytotoxin action of N-nitrosomethylurea and streptozotocin.