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Published by A.R. Liss in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Non-insulin-dependent diabetes -- Animal models -- Congresses,
  • Obesity -- Animal models -- Congresses,
  • Carbohydrate intolerance -- Animal models -- Congresses,
  • Primates -- Diseases -- Congresses

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementeditor, Charles F. Howard, Jr.
SeriesMonographs in primatology ;, v. 12
ContributionsHoward, Charles F., American Society of Primatologists. Meeting
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC660 .N66 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 152 p. :
Number of Pages152
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2038966M
ISBN 100845134116
LC Control Number88015411

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chemically induced diabetes have been used to study the pathogenesis of diabetic cardiovasculopathies Naturally Occurring Diabetes in Nonhuman Primates A number of NHP species develop obesity and diabetes, as reviewed previously,38 Commonly used species of Old World primates that develop spontaneous diabetes. Experimental non-human primate models of obesity are induced through the introduction of atypically calorically rich diets. Studies in captive-bred macaques show the development of obesity and Author: Barbara C Hansen. Here, methods for defining obesity and metabolic syndrome in humans and nonhuman primates are described along with the prevalence and effects of these conditions. Discover the world's research Naturally occurring obesity has been extensively studied in nonhuman primates with a focus on the development of biomarkers for characterizing overweight individuals and tracking the progression of obesity to conditions such as type 2 diabetes by:

  Nonhuman primates (NHPs), maintained on a healthy diet, frequently develop spontaneous middle-aged obesity, metabolic syndrome (MetSyn), and T2DM similar to humans. In the present study, longitudinal evaluation of the associations between creatinine and the development of obesity, MetSyn, and T2DM in male rhesus monkeys were : Uddhav K. Chaudhari, Jennifer D. Newcomb, Barbara C. Hansen.   Naturally Occurring Diabetes in Nonhuman Primates. A number of NHP species develop obesity and diabetes, as reviewed previously. 37,38 Commonly used species of Old World primates that develop spontaneous diabetes include macaques (Macaca sp.), 37,38 vervets (Chlorocebus aethiops), 39,40 baboons (Papio sp.), 41–44 and mandrills (Mandrillus sphinx). 45 New World . Nonhuman Primates and Other Animal Models in Diabetes Research Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Journal of diabetes science and technology 6(3) May with 85 Reads.   Old World nonhuman primates (NHPs) are a useful animal model of type 2 diabetes; like humans, the disease is most common in older, obese animals. Before developing overt diabetes, NHPs have a period of obesity-associated insulin resistance that is Cited by:

13 SpontaneouS obeSity innonhuman primateS MaMMalian SpecieS, including nonhuMan priMateS, with SpontaneouS obeSity Obesity has been recognized in nonhuman primates Author: Barbara C Hansen. Discussions focus on epidemiological studies of diabetes and atherosclerosis, overt diabetes mellitus, and effects of selection, age, obesity, and other factors. The book also identifies disturbances of the digestion and absorption of carbohydrates; insulin antagonists and disturbances in carbohydrate metabolism; and glycosaminoglycans in joint. The nonhuman primate as a model for type 2 diabetes Article Literature Review in Current opinion in endocrinology, diabetes, and obesity 21(2) April with 70 Reads. 1. Author(s): Howard,Charles F; American Society of Primatologists.,( Austin, Tex.) Title(s): Nonhuman primate studies on diabetes, carbohydrate intolerance.