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Relationship between diabetes and natural killer cells in type 2 diabetes mellitus and its relation to infection العالقة بين مرض السكر والخالياالمناعية القاتلة الطبيعية من النوع 2 وعالقته بالعدوى // GP // Prof. Ayman Diab // Dr. Mervat El-Ansary (2017)

By: Amira Abdelnasser Saad Zaghloul 152487.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: BIOTECHNOLOGY DISTINGUISHED PROJECTS 2017. Publisher: Giza MSA 2017Description: 74 P. 30 CM.Subject(s): -- Medical Biotechnology | Biotechnology -- diabetes -- natural killer cells -- RelationshipDDC classification: 570 Online resources: FULL TEXT PRESS HERE Summary: Diabetes is a fast-growing health problem in Egypt with a considerable effect on health care resources, mortality, and morbidity. Diabetes is acknowledged by a disease in which the ability of the body to produce or respond to the hormone insulin is impaired, leading to abnormal metabolism of carbohydrates and elevated levels of glucose in the blood. The study will be done by testing blood of 12 individuals by collecting blood samples from them and test natural killer cells in the diabetic patients and healthy people. The aim of this study is determining the relation between natural killer cells and diabetes and its role in healthy people (control), diabetic patients and complicated diabetic patients and its relation to infection. Lastly, results shown that natural killer cells are less in diabetic patients than normal people. This decrease in the natural killer cells makes diabetic patients susceptible to infections more than normal ones.
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Diabetes is a fast-growing health problem in Egypt with a
considerable effect on health care resources, mortality, and
morbidity. Diabetes is acknowledged by a disease in which
the ability of the body to produce or respond to the
hormone insulin is impaired, leading to abnormal metabolism of carbohydrates and
elevated levels of glucose in the blood. The study will be done by testing blood of
12 individuals by collecting blood samples from them and test natural killer cells in
the diabetic patients and healthy people. The aim of this study is determining the
relation between natural killer cells and diabetes and its role in healthy people
(control), diabetic patients and complicated diabetic patients and its relation to
infection. Lastly, results shown that natural killer cells are less in diabetic patients
than normal people. This decrease in the natural killer cells makes diabetic patients
susceptible to infections more than normal ones.

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