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Title: Exploring the recent molecular targets for diabetes and associated complications
Authors: Gupta A
Behl T
Sehgal A
Bhardwaj S
Singh S
Sharma N
Hafeez A
Keywords: Diabetes management
Diabetic complication
Drug development
New targets
Novel mechanism
Type-2 diabetes.
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Molecular Biology Reports
Abstract: Diabetes is likely one of the centenarian diseases which is apprehended with certainty to humans. According to established protocols of the World Health Organisation (WHO) and numerous investigated studies diabetes is analyzed as a stellar and leading health issue worldwide. Although, the implicit costs of this pathology are increasing every year, thus, there is a need to find a novel method which can provide promising results in the management of diabetes and can overcome the side effects associated with the conventional medication. Comprehensive review of this topic was undertaken through various research and review papers which were conducted using MEDLINE, BIOSIS and EMBASE database. Using various keywords, we retrieve the most relevant content for the thorough review on recent targets and novel molecular pathways for targeting diabetes and associated complications. From the detailed analysis, we have highlighted some molecular pathways and novel targets which had shown promising results in both in-vitro and in-vivo studies and may be considered as pipeline target for clinical trials. Furthermore, these targets not only abetted amelioration of diabetes but also helped in mitigation of diabetes associated complications as well. Thus, based on the available information and literature on these potential molecules, conclusive evidence can be drawn which confirms targeting these novel pathways may unleash an array of benefits that have the potential to overpower the benefits obtained from conventional therapy in the management of diabetes thereby decreasing morbidity and mortality associated with diabetic complications.
URI: 10.1007/s11033-021-06294-0
http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1732
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