Genomic Medicine and Acute Cardiovascular Disease Progression in Diabetes

Ian Martins

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Nutritional genomics and regulation of Sirt 1 has
become important to the treatment of diabetes
and the progression of various organ diseases.
Sirt 1 inactivation by heat/cold stress interrupts
HSPs metabolism connected to defective
immunometabolism and mitophagy. Science and
medicine and its relevance to genomic medicine
needs to consider Sirt 1 gene expression with its
relevance to diabetes and accelerated immune
reactions that cause acute cardiovascular disease.
Factors such as caffeine, body temperature and
pollution need to be considered as the trigger for
acute cardiovascular disease associated with the
progression of NAFLD and diabetes.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages3
Specialist publicationResearch on Chronic Diseases
Publication statusPublished - 6 Jul 2018


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