The prevalence of diabetes threatens the health of large number of individuals all over the world which is associated with serious
micro and macrovascular complications. Glycation is one of the important causative factor for secondary complication in
diabetes. In this complex process reducing sugars reacts non enzymatically with amino groups of proteins to form early glycation
adduct?fructosamine which undergo further complex reactions to become heterogenous fluorescent derivatives termed as
advanced-glycation end-products (AGEs).
Tejashri R.Jagtap is a final year M.Sc. Biotechnology student doing her thesis / dissertation project under Dr. Rashmi Tupe at Rajiv Gandhi Institute
of Information technology and Biotechnology, Bharti Vidyapeeth Deemed University Pune.
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