Evaluating body clock may address diabetes complications

12/22/2011 | Deccan Herald (India)

Cryptochromes, proteins that regulate the body's biological rhythms, also work with metabolic signals that anti-inflammatory drugs target, a study showed. The findings suggest that accounting for a patient's biological rhythm could help avoid drug-related problems such as elevated blood glucose levels, insulin resistance and diabetes complications, researchers reported in the journal Nature.

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