Diabetes and Immunology

Type-1 (insulin-subordinate) diabetes mellitus is unequivocally connected with immune system  associated with the loss of beta-cells in the pancreatic islets. In spite of significant advancement in our comprehension of genetic susceptibility factors and islet autoimmunity going before the clinical beginning of Type-1 diabetes there are extensive holes in our insight. In the first place, the etiology is indistinct. It is theorized that different etiological variables may start a typical pathogenic pathway which results in invulnerable intervened beta-cell destruction. We should take in more about the conceivable significance of gestational contaminations, and in addition segregation of viral DNA or RNA from the blood of new-beginning patients or marker-positive individuals.

Diabetes(Type-2) portrayed by impaired insulin secretion, glucose intolerance, and hyperglycemia.Inflammation is considered as a main driving force in Type- 2 diabetes and related complications also arise along with it.Immune system is altered in obesity and type-2 diabetes with changes in adipose tissue,liver, pancreatic islets and the vasculature and circulating leukocytes.

  • The immune nature of type 1 and type 2 diabetes
  • Association of diabetes with auto-immune diseases
  • Association of diabetes with auto-immune diseases
  • New strategies for prevention and treatment of type-1 diabetic patients
  • Presence of islet immunity in type-2 diabetic patients

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