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Blood sugar concentration, or glucose level, refers to the amount of glucose present in the blood of a human or animal. Normally, in mammals the blood glucose level is maintained at a reference range between about 3.6 and 5.8 mM (mmol/l). It is tightly regulated as a part of metabolic homeostasis.
Massive clinical study on type 1 diabetes patients

Massive clinical study on type 1 diabetes patients

What are the implications of microbiome-directed measures to treat type 2 diabetes?

What are the implications of microbiome-directed measures to treat type 2 diabetes?

Stress hormones produced by salmon could be leading to increased infections

Stress hormones produced by salmon could be leading to increased infections

Bacterial warfare in the gut can have collateral beneficial effects

Bacterial warfare in the gut can have collateral beneficial effects

Extract from the roots of Rhodiola rosea may be effective for managing type 2 diabetes

Extract from the roots of Rhodiola rosea may be effective for managing type 2 diabetes

Circadian clocks involve primarily in fat cell growth

Circadian clocks involve primarily in fat cell growth

How rice breeders develop a new low glycemic index, high protein rice

How rice breeders develop a new low glycemic index, high protein rice

Researchers demonstrate a possible new way of generating insulin-producing cells

Researchers demonstrate a possible new way of generating insulin-producing cells

Researchers discover a protein that protects the pancreas from self-digestion

Researchers discover a protein that protects the pancreas from self-digestion

Scientists reveal the origins and provide a detailed ID card of pancreatic endocrine stem cells

Scientists reveal the origins and provide a detailed ID card of pancreatic endocrine stem cells

Genetic risk score may help identify Type 2 diabetes patients with a higher risk for cardiovascular events

Genetic risk score may help identify Type 2 diabetes patients with a higher risk for cardiovascular events

Risk linked to coronary arteriosclerosis may be explained by changes in gene networks

Risk linked to coronary arteriosclerosis may be explained by changes in gene networks

Changes in the activity of gene networks may explain arteriosclerosis risk

Changes in the activity of gene networks may explain arteriosclerosis risk

Researchers create a healthier form of starch in the cassava plant

Researchers create a healthier form of starch in the cassava plant

Each person has their own unique “fingerprint” of protein activity, says study

Each person has their own unique “fingerprint” of protein activity, says study

Study reveals how glycogen is linked to thermogenesis in fat cells

Study reveals how glycogen is linked to thermogenesis in fat cells

Researchers identify 14 genes responsible for obesity

Researchers identify 14 genes responsible for obesity

Pre-meal whey protein microgel improves early insulin response, says study

Pre-meal whey protein microgel improves early insulin response, says study

Study examines effects of artificial sweetener on brain activity and appetite response

Study examines effects of artificial sweetener on brain activity and appetite response

Study analyzes the health benefits of time-restricted eating

Study analyzes the health benefits of time-restricted eating

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