4 edition of The Cohen diabetic rat found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, A.M. Cohen, E. Rosenmann.|
|Contributions||Cohen, A. M. 1914-, Rosenmann, E. 1931-|
|LC Classifications||RC660 .C4742 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 206 p. :|
|Number of Pages||206|
|LC Control Number||90005062|
Increased oxidative stress contributes to the development and progression of both types of diabetes mellitus (DM) and its complications. In the Cohen diabetic (CD) rats, a known genetic model of nutritionally induced type 2 DM, a high-sucrose, low-copper diet (HSD) induces within 4 weeks DM in the sensitive (CDs) rats but not in the resistant (CDr) rats. To assess the possible involvement of. Many doctors tell their patients how to manage diabetes, but why should they simply manage it when they can be rid of it once and for all? In the Diabetes Cure, Alexa Fleckenstein presents a groundbreaking plan to do just that by targeting the real cause of diabetes: inflammation. The book instructs readers on how to use the five essentials of health to achieve a diabetes-free : $
Cohen AM, Wiegand S, Kaiser S, Federlin K () The insulin response in the Cohen diabetic rat. In: Cohen AM, Rosenmann E (eds) The Cohen diabetic rat. Karger, Basel pp 44–53Cited by: 9. Groups of Cohen diabetic rats, 30 days old were treated with acarbose (40 mg/ g sucrose diet) for 3, 5 and 7 months. Siblings of the same sex were used as controls and given the sucrose diet alone. The dose of acarbose was adjusted in a preliminary study and was tolerated by the rats. Acarbose treatment resulted in a significant reduction of the 2-h postprandial blood by:
the cohen diabetic rat is a nonobese experimental rodent model reminiscent of diabetes in humans. We previously described in detail the phenotype of the two substrains, the Cohen Diabetic sensitive (CDs) and the Cohen Diabetic resistant (CDr) rats ().Diabetes develops in this model only in the genetically susceptible CDs strain when the animal is exposed to a custom-prepared diabetogenic diet. the chronic increase in inflammatory mediators observed in type 2 diabetes (T2DM) has been shown to affect not only tissues and blood vessel walls but also pancreatic β-cells ().The hyperglycemic Cohen diabetes-sensitive (CDS) rat is a model of mild cytokine-mediated diabetes The CDS rat develops postprandial hyperglycemia when fed a diabetogenic high-sucrose, copper-poor diet (HSD Cited by:
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Format: Paperback. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cohen diabetic rat. Basel ; New York: Karger, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. The newly inbred Cohen diabetic rat is an exceptional experimental model of diet-induced type 2 diabetes mellitus that is the result of secondary inbreeding nearly 30 years after it Cited by: The Cohen diabetic rat is a good model for examining the effects of type II diabetes on bone volume.
By histomorphometric techniques, femoral bones are a Cited by: The Cohen diabetic rat: a matter of mitochondrial disorder. Abstract # Session: PS Mitochondrial function, oxidative stress and glucose metabolism Vienna Poster Hall viewers View Session Outline.
View ePoster. Download abstract. Contact & Follow Write The Cohen diabetic rat book. Oxidative stress in Cohen diabetic rat model by high-sucrose, low-copper diet: inducing pancreatic damage and diabetes. In the Cohen diabetic rat (genetically-selected sucrose-fed) ovariectomy resulted in a significantly decreased incidence of nephropathy, while estradiol treatment to the ovariectomized animal.
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The Cohen diabetic rats, originally inbred from Wistar strain, have one outbred strain, Sabra and two contrasting sub-strains: the CD sensitive rat (CDs) that, when fed a high sucrose low copper diet (HSD), develops overt diabetes mellitus and the CD resistant rat (CDr), which remains healthy and unaffected even when exposed to the same HSD by: 7.
The Cohen diabetic rat is an experimental model reminiscent of human type 2 diabetes. The aim of this study was to characterize the development of end-organ damage in this model. Cohen diabetic. Osteoporosis in the Cohen Diabetic Rat: Correlation Between Histomorphometric Changes in Bone and Microangiopathy.
The Cohen diabetic (CD) rat model is a unique genetic model of inducible type 2 like diabetes mellitus (DM), which consists of two genetically derived contrasting strains; the Cited by: The Cohen diabetic rat is an exceptional genetically derived experimental model of diet-induced type 2 diabetes that reproduces many features of the disease in humans (1, 2, 3, 4, 5).
This rodent model stands out among other experimental models of type 2 diabetes in several important by: -Glycosphingolipids improve glucose intolerance and hepatic steatosis of the Cohen diabetic rat Ehud Zigmond,1* Sarah W. Zangen,2* Orit Pappo,3 Miriam Sklair-Levy,4 Gadi Lalazar,1 Lydia Zolotaryova,1 Itamar Raz,2 and Yaron Ilan1 1Liver Unit and 2Diabetes Unit, Department of Internal Medicine, 3Department of Pathology, and 4Department of Radiology, Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical Cited by: The Cohen diabetic rat: a matter of mitochondrial disorder.
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Transcriptome Profiling of Cohen Diabetic Rat Model Reveals Potential Novel Biomarkers for the Development of Type 2 Diabetes The Cohen diabetic (CD) rat i The Cohen diabetic (CD) rat is a versatile model comprised of 2 strains that manifest many of the common features of type 2 diabetes (T2D) in humans.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. sucrose low copper diabetogenic diet induces type 2 diabetes in the Cohen diabetic sensitive rats, but not in the Sabra. control rats. However, oxidative stress was observed in the placenta and term fetal liver of diabetic and nondiabetic con.
by: 1. Microangiopathy is a major complication of type I and type II diabetes. We studied bone and microvascular changes in the Cohen diabetic rat, a unique nonobese model of noninsulin-dependent diabetes mellitus.
The aim of this study was to find whether there is a temporal correlation between the onset of these two by: This book was written in so I had this uncanny feeling in the back of my head that a lot of water has run over the dam since it was written. The author is a medical doctor with type 2 diabetes who weighed pounds and was a first year medical student before he got the message of needing to do something about his health/5.The construction of the Cohen Rosenthal Diabetic Hypertensive Rat (CRDH) model was initiated nearly a decade ago by cross-breeding between the Cohen Diabetic rat (CDR) and the SHR.
The CDR is a rodent model that expresses the following phenotypes: when fed regular diet, it is non-diabetic; when fed a diabetogenic diet, it invariably develops.