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Advanced glycation end products

Diabetes mellitus (Involvement eye)

Diabetes mellitus (Involvement heart and vessels)

Hemodialysis (BASKET)

Receptor (RAGE)

2002  
1
Diabetes and advanced glycation endproducts.
[11905595] J Intern Med 251(2): 87-101 (2002)
2008  
2
Inhibitors of advanced glycation end products (AGEs): potential utility for the treatment of cardiovascular disease.
[18466420] Cardiovasc Ther 26(1): 50-8 (2008)
1998  
3
AGEs and their interaction with AGE-receptors in vascular disease and diabetes mellitus. I. The AGE concept.
[9659442] Cardiovasc Res 37(3): 586-600 (1998)
2001  
4
Protein glycation, diabetes, and aging.
[11237208] Recent Prog Horm Res 56(-): 1-21 (2001)
2010  
5
Advanced glycation end products, oxidative stress and diabetic nephropathy.
[20716934] Oxid Med Cell Longev 3(2): 101-8 (2010)
2006  
6
Non-enzymatic glycation of proteins: a cause for complications in diabetes.
[17285797] Indian J Biochem Biophys 43(6): 337-44 (2006)
2005  
7
Advanced glycation end products and the kidney.
[16159899] Am J Physiol Renal Physiol 289(4): F645-59 (2005)
2001  
8
Advanced glycation end products, their receptors and diabetic angiopathy.
[11694852] Diabetes Metab 27(5 Pt 1): 535-42 (2001)
2003  
9
Glucose, glycation, and RAGE: implications for amplification of cellular dysfunction in diabetic nephropathy.
[12707408] J Am Soc Nephrol 14(5): 1383-95 (2003)
2000  
10
Advanced glycation and lipoxidation end products: role of reactive carbonyl compounds generated during carbohydrate and lipid metabolism.
[10966500] J Am Soc Nephrol 11(9): 1744-52 (2000)
1996  
11
Role of Amadori-modified nonenzymatically glycated serum proteins in the pathogenesis of diabetic nephropathy.
[8785386] J Am Soc Nephrol 7(2): 183-90 (1996)
2008  
12
Clinical review: The role of advanced glycation end products in progression and complications of diabetes.
[18182449] J Clin Endocrinol Metab 93(4): 1143-52 (2008)
2005  
13
Roles of the receptor for advanced glycation endproducts in diabetes-induced vascular injury.
[15750291] J Pharmacol Sci 97(3): 305-11 (2005)
2005  
14
Advanced glycation and retinal pathology during diabetes.
[16415497] Pharmacol Rep 57 Suppl(-): 156-68 (2005)
2010  
15
Tissue-advanced glycation end product concentration in dialysis patients.
[19965551] Clin J Am Soc Nephrol 5(1): 51-5 (2010)
2004  
16
Advanced glycation end-products and the progress of diabetic vascular complications.
[15046548] Physiol Res 53(2): 131-42 (2004)
2010  
17
Advanced glycation end-products: implications for diabetic and non-diabetic nephropathies.
[19932633] Diabetes Metab 36(1): 1-10 (2010)
2011  
18
Naturally occurring inhibitors against the formation of advanced glycation end-products.
[21779567] Food Funct 2(6): 289-301 (2011)
2009  
19
The receptor for advanced glycation endproducts (RAGE) and cardiovascular disease.
[19278572] Expert Rev Mol Med 11(-): e9 (2009)
2005  
20
Advanced glycation end products and diabetic complications: a general overview.
[16574629] Hormones (Athens) 4(1): 28-37 (2005)
2009  
21
Receptor for AGE (RAGE) and its ligands-cast into leading roles in diabetes and the inflammatory response.
[19189073] J Mol Med (Berl) 87(3): 235-47 (2009)

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