Restriction of Advanced Glycation End Products Improves Insulin Resistance in Human Type 2 Diabetes

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OBJECTIVE Increased oxidative stress (OS) and impaired anti-OS defenses are important in the development and persistence of insulin resistance (IR). Several anti-inflammatory and cell-protective mechanisms, including advanced glycation end product (AGE) receptor-1 (AGER1) and sirtuin (silent mating-type information regulation 2 homolog) 1 (SIRT1) are… (More)
DOI: 10.2337/dc11-0091

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@inproceedings{Uribarri2011RestrictionOA, title={Restriction of Advanced Glycation End Products Improves Insulin Resistance in Human Type 2 Diabetes}, author={Jaime Uribarri and Weijing Cai and Maya Ramdas and Susan M. Goodman and Renata Pyzik and Xue Chen and Li Zhu and Gary E. Striker and Helen Vlassara}, booktitle={Diabetes care}, year={2011} }