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Clinical Diabetes Research
Methods and Techniques
Edited by Michael Roden

Clinical Diabetes Research provides summaries of established state-of-the art-techniques and introduces the new technologies, evaluating their potential in clinical diabetes research.

Clinical Diabetes Research is of great relevance for researchers (from students and post-docs to principal investigators) in the field of human metabolism, clinical endocrinologists and diabetologists who are involved in clinical studies.

Contents

  1. Basics of Clinical Metabolic Research
  2. Methods for the Assessment of b-Cell Function In Vivo
  3. Assessment of Insulin Sensitivity from Steady-State and Dynamic Tests
  4. Glucose Clamp Techniques
  5. Methods of Assessment of Counterregulation to Hypoglycaemia
  6. Glucose Kinetics: Measurement of Flux Rates
  7. Xenobiotics as Probes of Carbohydrate Metabolism
  8. Tracing Hepatic Glucose and Glycogen Fluxes with 2H2O
  9. Lipid Kinetics
  10. Protein and Amino Acid Kinetics
  11. Assessment of Metabolic Fluxes by In Vivo MR Spectroscopy
  12. Positron Emission Tomography in Metabolic Research
  13. Assessment of Body Fat Content and Distribution
  14. Tissue Biopsies in Diabetes Research
  15. Assessment of Vascular Function
  16. Cardiovascular Autonomic Function Testing
  17. Nerve Function Testing
  18. Kidney Function
  19. Techniques for the Investigation of the Eye in Diabetes
  20. Basics of Molecular Genetics: Lessons from Type 2 Diabetes
  21. Good Clinical Practice: Friend or Foe
  22. Statistical Considerations in Diabetes Trials

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Clinical Diabetes Research
Methods and Techniques
Edited by Michael Roden

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