ISSN No. 1606-7754                   Vol.16 No.1  April 2008

Correspondence to Authors

Susceptibility to insulin resistance in indigenous Australians may be down stream of resistin

Dr John Cardinal,
Department of Chemical Pathology,
Queensland Health Pathology Service,
Herston Rd, Herston, Brisbane,
QLD 4029, Australia,
Tel: +617 36360165,
Fax: +617 36363417, or

Effects of iloprost (a prostacyclin analogue) on the endothelial dysfunction and foot ulcers in diabetic patients with peripheral arterial disease

Prof. Sert Murat,
Cukurova University Medical Faculty,
Department of Internal Medicine,
Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism,
01330 Balcalı, Adana,
Tel/Fax: 00903223387321

Insulin concentration is the main predictor of leptin level: a homogenous type 2 diabetes cohort study in Taiwan

Dr. Ying-Li Liao,
Department of Endocrinology,
Taipei Hospital, Taiwan.
Tel: 886-2-22765566 ext 1131.
Fax: 886-2-22765590,

Higher pulse pressure, systolic arterial hypertension, duration of diabetes and family history of diabetes in Central Africans

Prof. Longo Mbenza Benjamin, MD, PhD
University of kinshasa,
BP 783,Kinshasa xi campus,
Tel: + 243-999930906
dr congo E-mail:

Carbohydrate -Food knowledge of Emirati and Omani Adults with Diabetes: Results of a pilot study

Dr. Habiba I. Ali
Department of Nutrition and Health
College of Food and Agriculture
United Arab Emirates University
Al-Ain, P.O. Box 17555
United Arab Emirates.
Tel: 971-3-7134538,
Fax: 971-3-7675336,

Beneficial effects of levo-carnitine on lipid metabolism and cardiac function in neonatal streptozotocin rat model of diabetes

Dr. Jigneshkumar Patel
19, Devchhaya Society, Nr. Sattadhar Society
Sola Road, Ghatlodia, Ahmedabad-380061
Gujarat, India
Tel.: +91 79 27450735

Effect of rosmarinic acid on insulin sensitivity, glyoxalase system and oxidative events in liver of fructose-fed mice.

Dr. CV Anuradha
Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology
Faculty of Science, Annamalai University
Annamalai Nagar-608 002, Tamil Nadu, India.
Tel - +91(0) 4144 238343
Fax - +91(0) 4144 239141,
E mail:

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