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Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism

Online ISSN: 2631-9926

Dr. Katsunori Nonogaki

Tohoku University, Japan

Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism (TDM) is a peer-reviewed journal which publishes original research paper, reviews, short communications, mini-reviews and case reports related to Diabetes and related metabolic disorders.

The journal welcomes submissions focusing on the epidemiology, etiology, pathogenesis, management, and prevention of diabetes, as well as associated complications, such as diabetic retinopathy, neuropathy and nephropathy.

TDM inviting all researchers, medical specialties, clinicians, scientists, scholars and students to publish their research work and contribute the latest research information.

TDM welcomes direct submissions of manuscripts from authors. You can submit your manuscript to editor.tdm@oatext.com

Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism is composed of the following Specialty Sections:

Diabetes

Diabetes Cholestrol

Diabetes Lipid Metabolism

Diabetes Statistics

Diabetes and Alcohol

Diabetes and Weight Loss

Diabetes for Dummies

Dietary Intake

Eating Disorders

Endocrine Oncology

Endocrine System Diseases

Endocrinologist

Metabolic Acidosis

Metabolic Disorder

Metabolic Nutrition

Metabolic Pathway

Metabolic Syndrome

Metabolism

Obesity and Diabetes

Pathophysiology of Diabetes

Type 1 Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes

Please, follow the Instructions for Authors. In the cover letter add the name and e-mail address of 5 proposed reviewers (we can choose them or not).

Copyright is retained by the authors and articles can be freely used and distributed by others. Articles are distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work, first published by Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism, is properly cited.

Katsunori Nonogaki


Dr. Katsunori Nonogaki is working as Professor at Division of Diabetes and Nutrition, New Industry Creation Hatchery Center, Tohoku University, Japan. Dr. Katsunori Nonogaki has worked as a Postdoc Research Fellow at the University of California, San Francisco and the Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla. He has studied central serotonin network in the regulation of appetite and energy homeostasis. Lorcaserin (Belviq), a selective 5-HT2C receptor agonist, which is used for the treatment of obesity, is based on the original research works by Dr. Nonogaki et al. Current studies are to determine the network of gut-derived hormones and liver-derived hormones in the regulation of obesity and type 2 diabetes. Dr. Nonogaki also has a novel ultrasound irradiation device for hypertension and diabetes. His research interests are Serotonin network, FGf21 network, GLP-1 network, feeding regulation, hepatic glucose and lipid metabolism, and ultrasound therapy for hypertension and diabetes.

Katsunori Nonogaki


Dr. Katsunori Nonogaki is working as Professor at Division of Diabetes and Nutrition, New Industry Creation Hatchery Center, Tohoku University, Japan. Dr. Katsunori Nonogaki has worked as a Postdoc Research Fellow at the University of California, San Francisco and the Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla. He has studied central serotonin network in the regulation of appetite and energy homeostasis. Lorcaserin (Belviq), a selective 5-HT2C receptor agonist, which is used for the treatment of obesity, is based on the original research works by Dr. Nonogaki et al. Current studies are to determine the network of gut-derived hormones and liver-derived hormones in the regulation of obesity and type 2 diabetes. Dr. Nonogaki also has a novel ultrasound irradiation device for hypertension and diabetes. His research interests are Serotonin network, FGf21 network, GLP-1 network, feeding regulation, hepatic glucose and lipid metabolism, and ultrasound therapy for hypertension and diabetes.

Editorial Board


Marco Songini

Diabetes Unit Director
Department of Internal Medicine
Azienda Ospedaliera ‘Brotzu’
Italy

Khue Vu Nguyen

Full Project Scientist
Departments of Medicine and Pediatrics
University of California, School of Medicine
California, U.S.A

Alessio Metere

General Surgery
Sapienza University of Rome
Rome


Shaobin Wang

Department of Ophthalmology
University of Virginia
USA

Gamal Allam

Department of Immunology
Taif University
Saudi Arabia

Wei Yan

Department of Pathology
University of California San Diego
USA


Lazhar Labiadh

School of Metallurgy
Northeastern University
China

Ahmad Salimi

Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences
School of Pharmacy
Iran

Ahmed Mohammed Abu-Dief Mohammed

Faculty of Science
Sohag University
Egypt


Pervin Basaran-Akocak

Department of Food Engineering
Maslak Campus Maslak
Turkey

In Press


Insulin and its analogues– what are they for? (pros and cons)

Zafer Guney

Review Article-Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism (TDM)

August 29, 2019


Role of oral semaglutide in management of type 2 diabetes

Nasser Mikhail

Mini Review -Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism (TDM)

September 19, 2019


Recovery of platinum-group metals using a microbial fuel cell

Naixu Hu Yufeng Cui Chansoo Choi

Research Article -Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism (TDM)

September 17, 2019


Current Issue

Volume 2, Issue 1


The frequency of hypothyroidism in Saudi community-based hospital: A retrospective single centre study

Khalid SJ Aljabri Ibrahim M Alnasser Facharatz Samia A Bokhari Muneera A Alshareef Patan M Khan Abdulla M Mallosho Hesham M AbuElsaoud Mohammad M Jalal Rania F Safwat Rehab El Boraie Nawaf K Aljabri Bandari K Aljabri Arwa Y Alsuraihi Amjad I Hawsawi

Research Article-Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism (TDM)

February 18, 2019


Heart changes in a fetus of a diabetic mother

Julia S Pabis Letícia Schneider Luisa F Stoll Mona A Simoes

Case Report-Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism (TDM)

April 22, 2019


Vitamin D deficiency in female Saudis with Type 2 diabetes mellitus

Khalid S Aljabri

Research Article-Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism (TDM)

July 19, 2019


Vitamin D deficiency is related to thyroid antibodies among type 2 diabetic mellitus patients

Khalid S Aljabri Ibrahim M Alnasser Samia A Bokhari Muneera A Alshareef Patan M Khan Abdulla M Mallisho Hesham M AbuElsaoud Mohammad M Jalal Rania F Safwat Rehab El Boraie Abdullah A Alamri Bushra A Baeshen Waleed O Bawzeer Mohammad A Melibari Nawaf K Aljabri Bandari K Aljabri Turky A Alharthy

Research Article-Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism (TDM)

July 22, 2019


Not to be ignored: The involvement of the G-protein coupled formylpeptide receptors in high glucose-promoted progression of metabolic diseases and glioblastoma

Yin Yu Zhiyao Bao Wanghua Gong Keqiang Chen Yingying Le Ji M Wang

Mini Review-Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism (TDM)

July 22, 2019


Archive


Volume 2

The frequency of hypothyroidism in Saudi community-based hospital: A retrospective single centre study

Khalid SJ Aljabri Ibrahim M Alnasser Facharatz Samia A Bokhari Muneera A Alshareef Patan M Khan Abdulla M Mallosho Hesham M AbuElsaoud Mohammad M Jalal Rania F Safwat Rehab El Boraie Nawaf K Aljabri Bandari K Aljabri Arwa Y Alsuraihi Amjad I Hawsawi

Research Article-Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism (TDM)

February 18, 2019


Heart changes in a fetus of a diabetic mother

Julia S Pabis Letícia Schneider Luisa F Stoll Mona A Simoes

Case Report-Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism (TDM)

April 22, 2019


Vitamin D deficiency in female Saudis with Type 2 diabetes mellitus

Khalid S Aljabri

Research Article-Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism (TDM)

July 19, 2019


Vitamin D deficiency is related to thyroid antibodies among type 2 diabetic mellitus patients

Khalid S Aljabri Ibrahim M Alnasser Samia A Bokhari Muneera A Alshareef Patan M Khan Abdulla M Mallisho Hesham M AbuElsaoud Mohammad M Jalal Rania F Safwat Rehab El Boraie Abdullah A Alamri Bushra A Baeshen Waleed O Bawzeer Mohammad A Melibari Nawaf K Aljabri Bandari K Aljabri Turky A Alharthy

Research Article-Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism (TDM)

July 22, 2019


Not to be ignored: The involvement of the G-protein coupled formylpeptide receptors in high glucose-promoted progression of metabolic diseases and glioblastoma

Yin Yu Zhiyao Bao Wanghua Gong Keqiang Chen Yingying Le Ji M Wang

Mini Review-Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism (TDM)

July 22, 2019


Volume 1

Going beyond the TRIGR study: The Environment and the Type 1 Diabetes in Sardinia

Carla Mannu Marco Songini

Editorial-Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism (TDM)

January 30, 2018


Promoting pharmacovigilance through glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency screening

Gossell-Williams M

Commentary-Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism (TDM)

April 24, 2018


FOXF2 differentially regulates expression of metabolic genes in non-cancerous and cancerous breast epithelial cells

Pang-Kuo Lo

Research Article-Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism (TDM)

July 06,2018


Formation of nerve impulse and its properties of transport with the terahertz wave along the nerve fiber in the life systems

Pang-Xiao Feng zeng-hong juan Jiang-Ying Rui Ni-Yin Jia

Editorial-Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism (TDM)

September 17, 2018


Hormonal and metabolic response to 12-weeks aerobic training in women (35-50 years)

Małgorzata Charmas Benedykt H Opaszowski Dorota Różańska Ewa Jówko

Research Article-Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism (TDM)

October 12, 2018


Association of low high-density lipoprotein levels in albuminuria in Saudi patients with type 2 diabetes

Khalid SJ Aljabri Samia A Bokhari Muneera A Alshareef Patan M Khan Hesham M AbuElsaoud Mohammad M Jalal Rania F Safwat Rehab El Boraie Nawaf K Aljabri Bandari K Aljabri

Research Article-Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism (TDM)

December 21, 2018


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Trends in Diabetes and Metabolism welcome direct submissions from authors: Attach your word file with e- mail and send it to: submissions@oatext.com alternatively to: editor.tdm@oatext.com

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