Assessing Levels of Autoreactive Antibodies to Melatonin and Dopamine Receptors in Children with Chronic Type I Diabetes (pp. 253-254)
Authors: Yu. V. Bykov and V. A. Baturin
Abstract: The prevalence of type 1 diabetes is increasing every year in both developing and developed countries. It is possible that preconception and perinatal factors among parents may be important in the increased prevalence of diabetes. This study aims to evaluate the level of autoantibodies to melatonin and dopamine receptors in children with Type I Diabetes Mellitus (DM) in chronicity.
Open Access item.
Click below PDF icon for free download.
This is an Open Access item. Click above PDF icon for free download.