Appetite Control and Biotherapy in the Management of Autoimmune Induced Global Chronic Diseases

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Abstract

Human survival and the immune system are now relevant to the global chronic disease epidemic that involves NAFLD, cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Chronic disease assessment require measurement of plasma Sirt 1 levels with relevance to autoimmune disease and mitophagy. Biotherapy that involves immunotherapy may stabilize mitophagy that is connected to autoimmune disease and the early induction of global chronic diseases. Appetite control is essential to maintain Sirt 1 levels and to prevent the generation of immunogenic lipids and proteins that induce programmed cell death. Autoimmune disease and immunometabolism defects are now connected to the primary induction of mitophagy with the acceleration of chronic diseases in the developed and developing world.
Original languageEnglish
Pages1-4
Number of pages4
Volume2
No.1
Specialist publicationJournal of Clinical Immunology and Research
Publication statusPublished - 8 May 2018

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