Journal of Diabetes Research / 2015 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Characterization of the ZDSD Rat: A Translational Model for the Study of Metabolic Syndrome and Type 2 Diabetes

Table 1

Profile of spontaneous hyperglycemia in individual ZDSD rats (6:00 a.m. fed BG levels, mg/dL).

Animal
ID
7
weeks
9
weeks
11
weeks
13
weeks
15
weeks
17
weeks
19
weeks
21
weeks
23
weeks
25
weeks
27
weeks
29
weeks
31
weeks

1121130133149140112163230270 375 472 487 527
2111130120133124129113129172234407 487 505
3139146128158123138136237296 341 406 443 494
4133125124137133160133313 367 405 482 537 531
6134127116151144140140172180324 456 463 483
7140131133146158197153438 472 502 535 523 531
8114131106131125147198301 378 408 489 495 545
9122144119152160292 395 394 514 541 535 593 564
10131154120162169265 322 404 490 451 496 592 524
11133123140168326 405 442 511 555 544 545 536 592
12112123118141147207247411 446 461 501 566 621
13129138134146148265 366 453 438 507 600 502 572
14141143128157171199325 386 447 493 509 540 514
15133126128134141278 365 436 507 544 578 526 584
1611413512914814817814297210322 473 427 465
17118117108138135149132169144371 472 457 483
18140123116133153176219140235121393 391 515
19129131115141139158287 363 423 451 525 511 549
20107142126188162107284 379 416 463 487 541 531
21124141112143108114138189410 424 458 472 511
22136129140133116120128225231295 427 454 457
23123129125138159132113124221180233303 407
24146131116140118207286 397 508 494 525 575 635

Values are represented as different fonts as each animal becomes progressively hyperglycemic. Normal represents relatively normoglycemic, bold represents hyperglycemic (125–249 mg/dL), and italic represents diabetic and overtly diabetic (>250 mg/dL).

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