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Recent studies have found that uncontrolled diabetes and consequential hyperglycemic conditions can lead to increased incidence of osteoporosis. culture. Gene expression, histochemical analysis of differentiation markers, and cell viability were measured for all cell types, and MSC-laden hydrogels were degraded to retrieve cells to assess colony-forming capacity. Multivariate models of gene expression data indicated that

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A host of diabetes-related insults to the central nervous PLA2G4F/Z system (CNS) have been clearly documented in type-1 and -2 diabetic patients as well as experimental animal models. CNS disorders. Changes in plasma glucose levels (hyper- or hypoglycemia) have been associated with altered BBB transport functions (e.g. glucose insulin choline amino acids etc.) integrity (tight

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