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Elevated serum lipocalin 2 levels are associated with indexes of both glucose and bone metabolism in type 2 diabetes mellitus

Wei Wang, Shandong Ye, Liting Qian, Yan Xing, An Ren, Chao Chen, Sumei Li, Jiang Xu, Qian Liu, Lin Dong, Chunchun Xiao, Wan Zhou
DOI: 10.5603/EP.a2018.0030
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Pubmed: 29952418
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Endokrynologia Polska 2018;69(3):276-282.

open access

Vol 69, No 3 (2018)
Original papers
Published online: 2018-05-08
Submitted: 2017-10-25
Accepted: 2018-01-08

Abstract

Introduction: The role of lipocalin 2 (LCN2) in type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) needs to be fully elucidated. Moreover, bone has been demonstrated to modulate glucose metabolism via LCN2. We thus performed this study to investigate the associations of LCN2 with indexes of glucose metabolism in T2DM. The associations of LCN2 with bone metabolism were examined concurrently. Material and methods: Total 288 Chinese Han subjects entered in this study including 146 patients with T2DM and 142 subjects with normal glucose tolerance. Insulin resistance was assessed by HOMA-IR and

Abstract

Introduction: The role of lipocalin 2 (LCN2) in type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) needs to be fully elucidated. Moreover, bone has been demonstrated to modulate glucose metabolism via LCN2. We thus performed this study to investigate the associations of LCN2 with indexes of glucose metabolism in T2DM. The associations of LCN2 with bone metabolism were examined concurrently. Material and methods: Total 288 Chinese Han subjects entered in this study including 146 patients with T2DM and 142 subjects with normal glucose tolerance. Insulin resistance was assessed by HOMA-IR and
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lipocalin 2, type 2 diabetes mellitus, bone mineral density

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Title

Elevated serum lipocalin 2 levels are associated with indexes of both glucose and bone metabolism in type 2 diabetes mellitus

Journal

Endokrynologia Polska

Issue

Vol 69, No 3 (2018)

Pages

276-282

Published online

2018-05-08

DOI

10.5603/EP.a2018.0030

Pubmed

29952418

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Endokrynologia Polska 2018;69(3):276-282.

Keywords

lipocalin 2
type 2 diabetes mellitus
bone mineral density

Authors

Wei Wang
Shandong Ye
Liting Qian
Yan Xing
An Ren
Chao Chen
Sumei Li
Jiang Xu
Qian Liu
Lin Dong
Chunchun Xiao
Wan Zhou

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