diabetogenic


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diabetogenic

 [di″ah-bet″o-jen´ik]
producing diabetes.

di·a·be·to·gen·ic

(dī'ă-bet'ō-jen'ik, -bē-tō-jen'ik),
Causing diabetes.

diabetogenic

/di·a·be·to·gen·ic/ (-bet″ah-jen´ik) producing diabetes.

di·a·be·to·gen·ic

(dī-ă-bet'ō-jen'ik)
Causing diabetes.

diabetogenic

producing diabetes.
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Some of the risk factors predate transplant and could be used to risk-stratify patients and apply risk-reduction strategies such as lifestyle modification and use of less diabetogenic immunosuppressive protocols.
In the beginning of pregnancy, increasing hormone levels exert combined proinsulin and anabolic actions, while later during pregnancy, diabetogenic hormones influence glucose utilization, especially in third trimester, and increase insulin utilization by more than fourfold.
Pregnancy is a diabetogenic state manifested by insulin resistance and hyperglycaemia.
inflammatory mediators, such as cytokines and chemokines, and reactive oxygen species, such as superoxide or hydroxyl radicals) (Sjostrand and Eriksson 2009; Tiganis 2011), should also be investigated (through immunoblots, immunohistochemical methods, and quantitative polymerase chain reaction) to pinpoint the exact mechanisms of the diabetogenic effects of noise exposure.
Obesity, regional fat distribution, and syndrome X in obese black versus white adolescents: race differential in diabetogenic and atherogenic risk factors.
Effect of L-carnitine on diabetogenic action of streptozotocin in rats.
The onset of arterial hypertension due to disturbed circadian rhythm of blood pressure and diabetogenic profile potentiates atherosclerosis and can cause a cardiovascular disease (CVD) [31].
Streptozotocin (STZ) was initially isolated from Streptomyces achromogenes in 1960,after which it was shown to be a broad-spectrum antibiotic possessing antitumor, oncogenic, and diabetogenic properties [24].
26-29] The different type of ADRs associated are hyperglycemic and diabetogenic, [30-32] adipogenic, [33-35] hyperlipidemia, [19,36,37] dyslipidemia, [38] spontaneous bleeding episodes, [39,40] dermatologic and sensitive reaction, [41-44] hepatic effect, [28,29,45-47] lactic acidosis and steatosis, [48-51] gastrointestinal symptoms, [6,15,19] teratogenic effect, [52] nervous system effect, [18,53-56] peripheral neuropathy, [56-58] hematologic effect, [59] immune reconstitution syndrome, [60,61] cardiovascular effect, [62] sulfonamide sensitivity, [63] renal and genitourinary effect, [44,64] respiratory effect, [65] and pancreatitis.
In glucagonoma, the diabetogenic effects of glucagon may
The enzyme NQO-1 is generally considered as a detoxification enzyme and has been known to protect [beta]-cells against stressors, including the diabetogenic agent STZ [18, 36].