Journal of Diabetes Research / 2012 / Article / Tab 3

Review Article

Cellular Dysfunction in Diabetes as Maladaptive Response to Mitochondrial Oxidative Stress

Table 3

Effects of experimental diabetes in levels of protein carbonyls.

TissueModelEffectReference

Mouse
AortaBKS.cg-m +/+ Lepr db/J mice versus wild type[9]
Hippocampus and cerebral cortexStreptozotocin[10]
KidneyType 2 diabetic db/db versus normoglycemic wild type mouse [11]
LensesStreptozotocin[12]
Rat
AortaGoto-Kakizaki rats[13]
BoneGoto-Kakizaki rats[14]
BrainGalactose-induced hyperglycemia[15]
BrainGoto-Kakizaki rats[16]
BrainStreptozotocin=[17]
HeartStreptozotocin[18]
HeartStreptozotocin[19]
HeartStreptozotocin[20]
HeartStreptozotocin[21]
HeartStreptozotocin[17]
HemoglobinStreptozotocin[22]
Intestinal tissueStreptozotocin[23]
KidneyStreptozotocin[24]
KidneyStreptozotocin[18]
KidneyZucker obese hyperglycemic rats (ZDFn Gm-fa/fa)[25]
KidneyStreptozotocin[26]
KidneyStreptozotocin[17]
Lens proteinsStreptozotocin[27]
LiverStreptozotocin[24]
LiverPregnant diabetic rats versus control rats=[28]
LiverGalactose-induced hyperglycemia[15]
LiverStreptozotocin[18]
LiverStreptozotocin[29]
LiverStreptozotocin[23]
LiverStreptozotocin[30]
LiverStreptozotocin[17]
LungStreptozotocin[31]
PancreasStreptozotocin[18]
PancreasAlloxan[32]
PancreasStreptozotocin[17]
PancreasStreptozotocin[33]
Plasma proteinsStreptozotocin[34]
Plasma proteinsStreptozotocin[35]
Plasma proteinsStreptozotocin[36]
Red blood cellsStreptozotocin[18]
Retinal Müller cellsStreptozotocin[37]
Skeletal muscleGlupreclamp infusion versus control[38]
Skeletal muscleOtsuka Long Evans Tokushima Fatty (OLETF) rats versus LETO rats[39]
Skeletal muscle (Soleus muscles)Goto-Kakizaki rats[13]
Skeletal muscle (Plantaris muscle)Obese Zucker rats versus lean Zucker rats [40]
Skeletal muscleStreptozotocin[41]
Testis and epididymal spermStreptozotocin[42]
Vascular smooth muscle cellsGlucose incubation[43]
Rabbit
HeartAlloxan[44]
Lens proteins and cellsIn vitro incubation[45]

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