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Diabetes and Viruses

  • Keith Taylor
  • Heikki Hyöty
  • Antonio Toniolo
  • Arie J. Zuckerman

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxi
  2. Background and Pathogenesis

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. R. David G. Leslie, Lily Ho-Le, Huriya Beyan
      Pages 7-12
    3. Robert Hermann, Jorma Ilonen
      Pages 13-24
    4. Serena Wai-Yan Chiu, R. David G. Leslie, Huriya Beyan
      Pages 25-34
  3. Studies in Animals

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 35-35
    2. Seiho Nagafuchi, Hironori Kurisaki, Hitoshi Katsuta
      Pages 37-48
    3. John P. Mordes, Danny Zipris, Zhijun Liu, Elizabeth P. Blankenhorn
      Pages 57-70
    4. Takashi Onodera, Toshiharu Hayashi
      Pages 71-80
    5. Martin Blixt, Stellan Sandler, Bo Niklasson
      Pages 81-86
    6. Kazuya Matsuda, Hiroyuki Taniyama
      Pages 87-97
  4. Studies in Humans

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 99-99
    2. Antonio Toniolo, Alessandro Salvatoni, Giovanni Federico, Giuseppe Maccari, Oscar Díaz-Horta, Andreina Baj
      Pages 143-155
    3. Letizia Galleri, Fabio Arturo Grieco, Guido Sebastiani, Isabella Spagnuolo, Francesco Vendrame, Francesco Dotta
      Pages 157-166
    4. S. J. Richardson, A. Willcox, A. J. Bone, N. G. Morgan, A. K. Foulis
      Pages 167-175
    5. Margo C. Honeyman, Leonard C. Harrison
      Pages 177-186
    6. Eduardo Cabrera-Rode, Oscar Díaz-Horta, Antonio Toniolo, Luis Sarmiento
      Pages 195-205
    7. Myra Poon, William D. Rawlinson, Maria E. Craig
      Pages 207-217
    8. Akihisa Imagawa, Toshiaki Hanafusa
      Pages 219-229
  5. Evaluation of Causality in Human Studies

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 231-231
    2. Alberto Pugliese, Martha Campbell-Thompson, Teodora Staeva, Mark A. Atkinson
      Pages 245-255
  6. Possible Mechanisms

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 257-257
    2. Urs Christen, Matthias G. von Herrath
      Pages 259-269
    3. Katharina Lind, Malin Flodström Tullberg
      Pages 287-297
    4. Teemu Smura, Merja Roivainen
      Pages 299-312
    5. Didier Hober, Famara Sane, Karena Riedweg, Rachel Desailloud, Anne Goffard
      Pages 325-335
  7. Perspectives

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 337-337
    2. Richard Insel
      Pages 339-347
    3. Heikki Hyöty, Keith W. Taylor
      Pages 349-355
    4. Arie J. Zuckerman
      Pages 357-363
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 365-373

About this book

Introduction

Diabetes, in all of its forms, now constitutes a growing health concern, affecting all segments of the world’s population. There is great interest in the factors which influence its etiology and progression. Among these, a number of viruses feature prominently. Hindered by technological limitations, research into this relationship has hitherto been scarce. Recent advances, however, have opened up the field and there is a burgeoning body of literature on the subject. Unfortunately, this literature has been diffuse and often difficult to access.

For the first time, this book compiles the views of many of the world’s experts in the field. It addresses questions, ranging from how viruses may destroy or modify the function of pancreatic islets; to which viruses are the most likely culprits; to whether vaccines or etiologic therapies might be used to prevent virus-induced diabetes. Diabetes and Viruses is the first comprehensive volume on an important and expanding field of research that is of interest to clinicians, healthcare managers, epidemiologists, veterinarians, and basic scientists.

Editors and affiliations

  • Keith Taylor
    • 1
  • Heikki Hyöty
    • 2
  • Antonio Toniolo
    • 3
  • Arie J. Zuckerman
    • 4
  1. 1.Queen Mary's School of Medicine and Dent, Centre for Diabetes & Metabolic MedicineInstitute of Cell & Molecular ScienceLondonUnited Kingdom
  2. 2.Tampere University Hospital, Department of VirologyUniversity of TampereTampereFinland
  3. 3.University of Insubria & Ospedale di CirVareseItaly
  4. 4.University College London Medical SchoolLondonUnited Kingdom

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