Glycation and AGEs

Glycation refers to the covalent binding of a sugar molecule to a protein or lipid. Advanced glycation end proteins (AGEs) have been implicated in several diseases including neurogenerative diseases, diabetes, and atherosclerosis. Here is the latest research on glycation and AGEs.

August 1, 2020

Hyperglycaemia in CF adversely affects BK channel function critical for mucus clearance

The European Respiratory Journal
Charles D BengtsonMatthias Salathe
August 6, 2020
Open Access

The Effect of Gaseous Ozone Therapy in Conjunction with Periodontal Treatment on Glycated Hemoglobin Level in Subjects with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: An Unmasked Randomized Controlled Trial

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Biagio RaponeMaurizio Delvecchio
August 3, 2020
Open Access

Alteration of the Condylar Oral Bone in Obese and Gastric Bypass Mice

Calcified Tissue International
Nicolas ColsoulKatleen Vandamme
July 31, 2020
Open Access

Cellular and Molecular Aspects of Blood Cell-Endothelium Interactions in Vascular Disorders

International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Jean-Luc Wautier, Marie-Paule Wautier
August 8, 2020
Open Access

High Mobility Group Box 1 Expression in Oral Inflammation and Regeneration

Frontiers in Immunology
Keisuke YamashiroShogo Takashiba
August 11, 2020

Effects of RAGE inhibition on the progression of the disease in hSOD1G93A ALS mice

Pharmacology Research & Perspectives
Liping LiuMariana Pehar
August 10, 2020
Open Access

Long-term effectiveness of pentavalent and monovalent rotavirus vaccines against hospitalization in Taiwan children

Yhu-Chering HuangTaiwan Pediatric Infectious Disease Alliance
August 9, 2020

2,5-diketopiperazines mitigate the amount of advanced glycation end-products accumulated with age in human dermal fibroblasts

International Journal of Cosmetic Science
Amandine AndréVéronique Eparvier
August 11, 2020
Open Access

Accelerated Kidney Aging in Diabetes Mellitus

Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity
Jing GuoWei Jing Liu
August 5, 2020
Open Access

d-Galactose Decreases Anion Exchange Capability through Band 3 Protein in Human Erythrocytes

Alessia RemiganteAngela Marino
August 1, 2020

Age-dependent altered redox homeostasis in the chronodisrupted rat model and moderation by melatonin administration

Chronobiology International
Avnish Kumar VermaSyed Ibrahim Rizvi
August 8, 2020
Open Access

COVID-19 and Diabetes: The Importance of Controlling RAGE

Frontiers in Endocrinology
Ernestina M De FrancescoAntonino Belfiore

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