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Metabolic disturbances in diabetes mellitus can affect oral health. Altered levels of salivary lipids have been suggested as a risk for dental caries. There has been lack of research in this regard and in children with type 1 diabetes mellitus.
To assess the salivary
Epidemiological studies have demonstrated a strong link between increased visceral fat and metabolic syndrome. In rodents, removal of intra-abdominal but non-visceral fat improves insulin sensitivity and glucose homeostasis, though previous studies make an imprecise comparison to human physiology
To evaluate safety of medium-chain triglycerides used as a possible intraocular tamponading agent.
A 20-gauge pars plana vitrectomy was performed in the right eye of 28 rabbits. An ophthalmologic examination was performed every week until rabbits were killed. At days 7, 30, 60, and
Body fats, especially both of abdominal fat pad mass and skeletal muscle fat content, are inversely related to insulin action. Therefore, methods for decreasing visceral fat mass and muscle triglyceride content may be helpful for the prevention of insulin
Chronic alcohol consumption may influence the metabolism of adipocytes, the most abundant stromal cell phenotype in bone marrow, and promote bone marrow triglyceride accretion.
Male and female rats 35 days old were fed the Lieber-De Carli liquid diet containing 36% of the calories
The lipid content and composition of parotid and submandibular saliva from caries-resistant (DMFS of 0) and caries-susceptible (DMFS greater than 15) adults was investigated. Lipids were extracted from dialysed and lyophilized saliva, collected from 10 subjects in each group, and fractionated into
The aim of this study was to determine metabolic activity of brown adipose tissue (BAT) with in vivo magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) after intravenous (IV) and intraperitoneal (IP) injection of radioactively labeled superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIOs) embedded into a
We previously demonstrated that the N-terminal 1000 amino acid residues of human apolipoprotein (apo) B (designated apoB:1000) are competent to fold into a three-sided lipovitellin-like lipid binding cavity to form the apoB "lipid pocket" without a structural requirement for microsomal triglyceride
A simple, low pressure, blood scavenging system has been assessed in major abdominal vascular operations. The aim of this study was to assess the quality of blood obtained with this device and its suitability for reinfusion. Three areas of special interest, which have not been reported so far, are
Aim: This preliminary study aimed to estimate and correlate the relationship between salivary flow rate and levels of salivary triglycerides, cholesterol and total lipids in children with and without early childhood caries. Study design: Ninety children aged 3 - 6 years were divided
Histopathological and biochemical examinations of the nasal cavity and lungs of rats inhaling 145.6 ppm (high-dose) or 15.0 ppm (low-dose) formaldehyde vapor for 6 h revealed dose-related damage. The contents of non-protein SH groups (NPSH) in the nasal mucosa and lung, and lipid peroxide (LPO) in
In 17 fasted rabbits, a 20% solution of Intralipid was administered into the peritoneal cavity. Oral and intravenous feedings were not provided. Eight of the rabbits underwent resection of 50% of the intestine. Serial samples of serum and peritoneal fluid showed that half of the triglyceride was
To determine the association among dental caries, obesity and insulin resistance in Mexican adolescents.
Body mass index, obesity (OB) blood pressure, insulin level, insulin resistance (IR), triglycerides level, serum HDL-cholesterol (cHDL), DMFT index and salivary flow were
The content of main lipid fractions was determined by thin-layer chromatography in mucosa tissues of the rat oral cavity under chemical damage of the stomach, large intestine and extrahepatic cholestasis. A decrease in the amount of phospholipids, free fatty acids, free cholesterol, di- and
We studied the peritoneal absorption and elimination of Intralipid after its intraperitoneal and intravenous infusion into rats, by means of a two-compartment model. Follow-up measurements of the plasma triglyceride rate were made. The peritoneal absorption of Intralipid gives the following