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Support National Diabetes Awareness Month November For diabetics, diabetic family members and friends, and those who support diabetes cure research and education- November National Diabetes Awareness Month graphic design. November is a banner at the top in unique fall leaf patterns in autumn colors of orange, green and gold with a 3D chiseled look. National runs vertically in gray with black outline, the same color as the diabetes awareness ribbon, alongside Diabetes Awareness Month. Bold black all caps letters read Diabetes Awareness Month. Nice gift for diabetics, type 1 or type 2 diabetes, during November. Excellent gift for those who support diabetes education or who work for diabetic organizations, diabetes research companies, charity organizations, etc. Excellent for diabetes fundraisers, too, for raising awareness about diabetes and diabetic lifestyles. Make it a personalized gift by adding a name or message. We also have this awareness design on other office supplies and diabetic gifts. Just visit our online Zazzle shop for lots of other diabetes awareness and diabetic designs. Created by angela65 Keywords: diabetic, diabetics, awareness, support, diabetes, juvenile, advocates, cure, month, advocacy

 

Molecular Pathogenesis of Modys: American Diabetes Association Symposium. Scottsdale, Ariz., Usa, November 6-8, 1998 (Frontiers in Diabetes) 1st (first) edition (authors) American Diabetes Association Symposium (1998 Scottsdale, Ar (2000) published by S Karger Pub [Hardcover]

 

Molecular Pathogenesis of Modys: American Diabetes Association Symposium. Scottsdale, Ariz., Usa, November 6-8, 1998 (Frontiers in Diabetes)

A timely collection of research papers by 18 leading scientists in the area of biochemical genetics of diabetes mellitus, these contributions focus on a well defined class of monogenic forms of the disease (i.e. MODYs 1-5) all caused by specific mutations or deletion of genes that control pancreatic beta-cell functions: HNF-4alpha, glucokinase, HNF-1alpha, IDX-1 and HNF-1beta. This volume offers a historical perspective of MODYs, and it also contains contributions which deal with the fundamental questions of pancreas and liver development, critical for the understanding of the syndrome complex discussed. Attempts have been made to highlight results and concepts that may be relevant for understanding type-II diabetes in general, exemplified by contributions that connect the field of pancreatic islet cell biology and pathology with the newest findings in the area of insulin action, e.g. the role of the insulin receptor and insulin receptor substrates (IRS 1-3).

 

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