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N exist inTable 2 High Fat Diet Feeding and NDEA Treatment Cause Type 2 Diabetes MellitusAssay Body Wt (g) Glucose (mg/dL) Insulin (ng/ml) Leptin Adiponectin Triglyceride (mg/ml) Free Fatty Acids (mM/mg prot) Cholesterol (mg/ml) LFD+VEH 265.100 ?14.050 111.5 ?1.66 0.0611 ?0.017 4.649 ?0.789 20864 ?1454 0.399 ?0.028 0.150 ?0.003 0.943 ?0.024 LFD+NDEA 266.600 ?19.970 128.8* ?4.31 0.163* ?0.038 4.775
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Ds, and cholesterol levels compared with LFD+VEH and LFD +NDEA treated groups. In addition, the serum free fatty acid level was significantly lower in the LFD+NDEA compared with LFD+VEH treated rats, whereas the triglyceride and cholesterol levels were similar in the two groups. Therefore, hyperglycemia, hyper-insulinemia, and hyper-leptinemia were features of chronic HFD feeding, and worsened by
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Ed, suggestive of increased myelin degeneration, in these two groups. Ubiquitin immunoreactivity was virtually undetectable in control and NDEA-exposed cerebella (Figs. 1-D1, 1-D2), but slightly increased in the Purkinje and granule cell layers of HFD-fed cerebella (Fig. 1-D3). Rats exposed to NDEA, and also chronically fed with the HFD, had prominently increased ubiquitin immunoreactivity in Purk
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Ed, suggestive of increased myelin degeneration, in these two groups. Ubiquitin immunoreactivity was virtually undetectable in control and NDEA-exposed cerebella (Figs. 1-D1, 1-D2), but slightly increased in the Purkinje and granule cell layers of HFD-fed cerebella (Fig. 1-D3). Rats exposed to NDEA, and also chronically fed with the HFD, had prominently increased ubiquitin immunoreactivity in Purk
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Lusions: Early limited exposure to nitrosamines exacerbates the adverse effects of later chronic high dietary fat intake in promoting T2DM and neurodegeneration. The mechanism involves increased generation of ceramides and probably other toxic lipids in brain.Background The prevalence rates of Alzheimer's Disease (AD), Parkinson's disease (PD), obesity, type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), and metabol
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P. Chronic HFD feeding aloneTable 3 Effects of High Fat Diet and NDEA Exposure on Biomarkers of Insulin and IGF Resistance in the CerebellummRNA AbPP Tau AChE ChAT Insulin IGF-1 IGF-2 Insulin R IGF-1R IGF-2R IRS-1 IRS-2 IRS-4 LFD+VEH 7.007 ?0.828 12.230 ?1.098 2.829 ?0.178 0.701 ?0.045 0.754 ?0.048 0.957 ?0.119 12.000 ?1.800 17.090 ?1.547 5.031 ?0.525 5.677 ?0.548 5.559 ?0.411 7.701 ?0.509 0.135 ?
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In brain [85-88]; 2) cause cytotoxicity and insulin resistance [83,88]; and 3) are increased in brains with neurodegeneration [85,89-91]. We measured mRNA levels of ceramide synthases (CER), UDP glucose ceramide glycosyltransferase (UGCG), serine palmitoyltransferase (SPTLC), and sphingomyelin phosphodiesterases (SMPD), due to their demonstrated relevance to neurodegeneration [45,83]. HFD feeding
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Www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6823/10/Page 6 ofthe context of peripheral insulin resistance or T2DM. Similar results have been reported previously, in which the investigators generated models with much higher doses of NDEA [84]. One potential explanation for this paradox is that homeostatic mechanisms may have shifted toward increased storage of lipids/triglycerides in adipose tissue, skeletal muscle

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