Alloxan diabetes | definition of alloxan diabetes by Medical dictionary
experimental diabetes mellitus
produced in animals by the administration of alloxan, which damages the insulin-producing islet cells of the pancreas.
alloxan diabetes An experimental model for type-1 diabetes induced by administration of alloxan, a toxic glucose analogue, which in the presence of intracellular thiols generates reactive oxygen species that selectively destroy pancreatic beta cells.
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Effect of alloxan diabetes
, starvation and refeeding on glycolytic kinase activities in rat epididymal adipose tissue.
The Pathological Features of Alloxan Diabetes
in Beagle Dogs.
Paradoxical effects of fasting and alloxan diabetes
Effects of sodium--orthovanadate and Trigonella foenumgraecum seeds on hepatic and renal lipogenic enzymes and lipid profile during alloxan diabetes
Thiotic acid inhibition of development of alloxan diabetes
in rats; Cutolo E, Reduzzle.
Effect of Vinca rosea extracts in treatment of alloxan diabetes
in male albino rats.
On the other hand, oxidative phosphorylation functions; the activity of NADH dehydrogenase and succinate dehydrogenase in respiratory chain of liver mitochondria were normalized in rats with alloxan diabetes
after oral administration of ecdysterone (Tashmukhamedova et al.