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  1. European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) conference 2012: Tackling type 2 diabetes

    ... Metabolic syndrome Visceral obesity Glucocorticoid receptors Glucose metabolism 11-beta HSD receptors Specialty ... both associated with metabolic syndrome, which is related to insulin insensitivity in certain tissues such as adipose tissue, muscle and ...

  2. Evolving strategies to tackle diabetes and thyroid disorders

    ... Type 2 diabetes, characterized by a systemic resistance to insulin action, is the most common form of diabetes mellitus. While efforts ... consequences if not promptly recognized and treated. Thyroid receptors have been found on several cell types, suggesting that thyroid ...

  3. Congress Report: 2015 International Diabetes Federation (IDF) World Congress

    ... Diabetes Tags Type 2 diabetes mellitus insulin resistance mouse studies new therapies global burden ... and small non-peptide molecules to activate GLP-1 receptors, prolong insulin receptor signalling and antagonise glucagon ...

  4. EASD Conference 2012: Highlights from the European Society for the Study of Diabetes-EASD 2012

    ... a second or third oral drug or of an injective agent, i.e. insulin or GLP-1 agonists, is appropriate when  a more appropriated metabolic ... arena. The coactivation of the PPAR-gamma and -alpha receptors by the dual agonist aliglitazar is under scrutiny in phase 3 trials ...

  5. Diabetes and Metformin

    ... decreasing intestinal absorption of glucose and improving insulin sensitivity. In Medieval Europe, the Gallega officinalis plant ... cell GLP-1 sensitivity by increasing the expression of GLP-1 receptors. 20 Together, these findings constitute possible explanations ...