Circadian Clocks & Type 2 diabetes

Circadian rhythms are essential for regulation of physiological and biochemical processes and its disruptions are associated with deleterious metabolic outcomes and diseases. Here is the latest research on circadian clocks and type 2 diabetes.

October 26, 2021
Open Access

Pleiotropic Effects of Glucocorticoids on the Immune System in Circadian Rhythm and Stress.

Frontiers in Immunology
Akihiro ShimbaKoichi Ikuta
October 26, 2021
Open Access

Social Jetlag and Cardiometabolic Risk in Preadolescent Children.

Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine
Nicholas CastroLee Stoner
October 24, 2021
Open Access

AMPK Localization: A Key to Differential Energy Regulation.

International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Qonita AfinanisaHyun-A Seong
October 24, 2021
Open Access

Association of the KDIGO Risk Classification with the Prevalence of Heart Failure in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes.

Journal of Clinical Medicine
José Antonio Gimeno-OrnaAntonio Pérez
October 24, 2021

Meal Timing and Glycemic Control during Pregnancy-Is There a Link?

Shengjie ZhuMaria Chondronikola
October 24, 2021

Time-Restricted Feeding during Puberty Ameliorates Adiposity and Prevents Hepatic Steatosis in a Mouse Model of Childhood Obesity.

Francesc Ribas-AulinasJosep C Jimenez-Chillaron
October 19, 2021

Leisure-Time Physical Activity and Glycemic Control Independently Predicts Cardiac Autonomic Neuropathy in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus.

Journal of Physical Activity & Health
Pooja Bhati, M Ejaz Hussain
October 19, 2021

Does biological rhythm transmit from plants to rhizosphere microbes?

Environmental Microbiology
Tao LuHaifeng Qian
October 18, 2021

Mammalian circadian networks mediated by the suprachiasmatic nucleus.

The FEBS Journal
Qingqing Lu, Jin Young Kim
October 16, 2021

Transcriptome and de novo analysis of Rosa xanthina f. spontanea in response to cold stress.

BMC Plant Biology
Defeng ZhuangXingfu Yuan
October 15, 2021

Effect of nighttime light exposure on glucose metabolism in protein-restricted mice.

The Journal of Endocrinology
Patricia Cristine BorckEverardo Magalhães Carneiro
October 15, 2021
Open Access

Untargeted metabolomics reveals sex-specific differences in lipid metabolism of adult rats exposed to dexamethasone in utero.

Scientific Reports
Alyssa MurrayT C Tai

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