Diabetes-induced biochemical changes in central and peripheral catecholaminergic systems.


A great variety of alterations have been described in the nervous system of diabetic animals. They are named as diabetic neuropathy and affect the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerves. In diabetic animals, plasma and tissue catecholamine levels have been reported to be increased, decreased or unchanged, and these disparities have been explained by… (More)


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