MODY2

MODY2

Abbreviation for:
maturity onset diabetes of the young type 2 (see there)
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MODY3 and MODY2 are the most common forms and MODY2 does not predispose to the complication of microvascular diabetic complications [77,78].
BAD nucleates a core complex at the mitochondria containing GCK, the product of the gene associated with MODY2 [77,78].
We will focus on the management of MODY2 (GCK mutation) and 3 (HNF1-a mutation), which are the most common subtypes, accounting for more than 70% of cases.
Usually, MODY2 patients present with high fasting blood glucose (6-12 mmol/L) from an early age (1).
1c], affected individuals of our MODY2 family showed even lower fasting triglyceride concentrations (Fig.
Identification of 14 new glucokinase mutations and description of the clinical profile of 42 MODY2 families.