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Diabetes biomarker disease progression study in rat liver, gastrocnemius muscle, and adipose tissue

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Organism:
Rattus norvegicus
Type:
Expression profiling by array
Platform:
GPL1355
303 Samples
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GEO (CEL, CHP)
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Accession:
GSE13271
ID:
200013271
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Diabetes biomarker disease progression study in rat liver

(Submitter supplied) The goals and objectives: To study Type 2 diabetes progression and the development of insulin resistance in two animal models with and without a high fat diet superimposed on these models. Background: Diabetes is a systemic metabolic imbalance involving multiple tissues/organs, and an early hallmark feature of this disease state is insulin resistance. Multifactorial interactions of genetics, prenatal environmental factors (fetal programming) and postnatal environmental factors (nutrition and activity) likely contribute to the diabetic phenotype.Animal models can serve as a valuable tool for studying diabetes disease progression and for identifying useful biomarkers of type 2 diabetes. more...
Organism:
Rattus norvegicus
Type:
Expression profiling by array
Platform:
GPL1355
101 Samples
Download data:
GEO (CEL, CHP)
Series
Accession:
GSE13270
ID:
200013270
3.

Diabetes biomarker disease progression study in rat gastrocnemius muscle

(Submitter supplied) The goals and objectives: To study Type 2 diabetes progression and the development of insulin resistance in two animal models with and without a high fat diet superimposed on these models. Background: Diabetes is a systemic metabolic imbalance involving multiple tissues/organs, and an early hallmark feature of this disease state is insulin resistance. Multifactorial interactions of genetics, prenatal environmental factors (fetal programming) and postnatal environmental factors (nutrition and activity) likely contribute to the diabetic phenotype.Animal models can serve as a valuable tool for studying diabetes disease progression and for identifying useful biomarkers of type 2 diabetes. more...
Organism:
Rattus norvegicus
Type:
Expression profiling by array
Platform:
GPL1355
101 Samples
Download data:
GEO (CEL, CHP)
Series
Accession:
GSE13269
ID:
200013269
4.

Diabetes biomarker disease progression study in rat adipose tissue

(Submitter supplied) The goals and objectives: To study Type 2 diabetes progression and the development of insulin resistance in two animal models with and without a high fat diet superimposed on these models. Background: Diabetes is a systemic metabolic imbalance involving multiple tissues/organs, and an early hallmark feature of this disease state is insulin resistance. Multifactorial interactions of genetics, prenatal environmental factors (fetal programming) and postnatal environmental factors (nutrition and activity) likely contribute to the diabetic phenotype.Animal models can serve as a valuable tool for studying diabetes disease progression and for identifying useful biomarkers of type 2 diabetes. more...
Organism:
Rattus norvegicus
Type:
Expression profiling by array
Platform:
GPL1355
101 Samples
Download data:
GEO (CEL, CHP)
Series
Accession:
GSE13268
ID:
200013268
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