This handbook focuses specifically on biomarkers in diabetes and provides a comprehensive understanding of this field. Readers will gain deep insights into bioinformatics and network analysis of biomarkers in diabetes, and will learn about circulating biomarkers in body fluids and specific pathological features of diabetes. Various animal models in diabetes research are also presented.
In addition, like the previous volumes in this large reference series, the book provides a comprehensive look at genetics, cellular, and histological variables. The goal of this handbook is to provide information on markers of this disease to facilitate diagnosis, introduce new technologies, and ultimately improve health.
It is a must for researchers as well as advanced students and physicians in the field of diabetes and biomarker research and application.