Effect of familial diabetes status and age at diagnosis on type 2 diabetes risk: a nation-wide register-based study from Denmark
Conclusions/interpretationPeople with a family member diagnosed with diabetes at an earlier age are more likely to develop diabetes and also to develop it at an earlier age than those with a family member diagnosed in later life. This finding highlights the importance of expanding our understanding of the interplay between genetic diabetes determinants and the social, behavioural and environmental diabetes determinants that track in families across generations. Accurate registration of age at diagnosis should form an integral part of recording a diabetes family history, as it provides easily obtainable and highly relevant detail that may improve identification of individuals at increased risk of younger onset of type 2 diabetes. In particular, these individuals may benefit from closer risk factor assessment and follow-up, as well as prevention strategies that may involve the family.
Publication date: Available online 13 May 2020Source: Molecular MetabolismAuthor(s): Gaelle R. Carrat, Elizabeth Haythorne, Alejandra Tomas, Leena Haataja, Andreas Müller, Peter Arvan, Alexandra Piunti, Kaiying Cheng, Mutian Huang, Timothy J. Pullen, Eleni Georgiadou, Theodoros Stylianides, Nur Shabrina Amirruddin, Victoria Salem, Walter Distaso, Andrew Cakebread, Kate J. Heesom, Philip A. Lewis, David J. Hodson, Linford J. Briant
Publication date: Available online 4 June 2020Source: Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical SciencesAuthor(s): Yannis V. Simos, Konstantinos Spyrou, Michaela Patila, Niki Karouta, Haralambos Stamatis, Dimitrios Gournis, Evangelia Dounousi, Dimitrios Peschos
CONCLUSION: We conclude that visfatin in serum may be a new independent potential marker of AMI. PMID: 32495751 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Publication date: Available online 4 June 2020Source: Physiology &BehaviorAuthor(s): Ricardo Augusto Leoni de Sousa, Alex Cleber Improta Caria, Francine Menezes De Jesus Silva, Caique Olegário Diniz e Magalhães, Daniel Almeida Freitas, Ana Cristina Rodrigues Lacerda, Vanessa Amaral Mendonça, Ricardo Cardoso Cassilhas, Hércules Ribeiro Leite
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Conditions: Type 2 Diabetes; NASH - Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis; NAFLD Interventions: Device: Duodenal Mucosal Resurfacing (DMR) Procedure; Device: Sham Sponsor: Fractyl Laboratories, Inc. Not yet recruiting
Conditions: Chronic Kidney Diseases; Type 2 Diabetes Intervention: Sponsor: Medlior Health Outcomes Research Ltd Not yet recruiting
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Conclusions: The findings of this study will present the existing evidence for the effect of RYGBS for patients with T2DM. Systematic review registration: INPLASY202040127.