Individual volumes in the series Frontiers in Animal Diabetes
Research provide basic researchers as well as clinical
investigators with in-depth coverage of basic experimental diabetes
research. Each volume will be topic oriented with timely and
liberally referenced reviews. The series will provide a valuable
reference source for basic researchers as well as clinical
investigators, graduate students and research fellows in the areas
of diabetology, endocrinology, physiology, and pharmacology. Major
advances have been made in diabetes research, partly as a result of
experimentation in animal models. Experimental animal research has
contributed significantly to the understanding of the aetiology of
this disease and its dreaded complications. In particular the areas
of immunology, insulin signal transduction, and the pathogenetic
mechanisms involved in the chronic complications have become
clearer. Various animal models used in diabetes research are
reviewed, together with the diverse but often interrelated
mechanism in the complication of diabetes. The functional and
structural consequences in the various target organs are also
discussed. Students, trainees, fellows, as well as clinicians and
investigators interested in diabetes and its complications will
find this new book series a valuable reference source.
|Country of origin:
Anders A.F. Sima
||Electronic book text
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