A Step Into Freedom From Type 1 Diabetes


T1DM.org is a platform which consolidates the author’s work about type 1 diabetes and its management. This forum invites an open interaction from national and international experts to manage type 1 diabetes, share their knowledge and collaborate to work towards freedom from this painful disease.

This forum only includes the papers published by the author in the journals of repute at the moment. These papers primarily involve the content related to the etiology and pathophysiology of T1DM, application of mesenchymal stem cells to manage T1DM and improve the quality of life in patients, and about the correlation of diabetes with hepatic dysfunctions. However, it will soon come up with the papers related to the immunomodulatory aspects in the journey to prevent and reverse the disease.

With more interaction and collaborations, we can bring an end to T1DM and give a better life to the children who are at risk to develop this immensely agonising disease.


1. In-vitro Study

Test the immunological reactions

2. Preclinical Study

Test the immunological responses in animal model

3. Formulation

Prepare a potential formulation candidate based on results and tests in in-vivo

4. Clinical Study

Clinical evaluation of the potential formation for T1DM
Showing posts with label Diabetic wound. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Diabetic wound. Show all posts

[Review Paper] Wound With Diabetes - Present Scenario And Future

Abstract: Diabetes is a chronic metabolic disorder of the endocrine system characterized by an increase in blood glucose level. Several factors such as pancreatic damage, oxidative stress, infection, genetic factor, obesity, liver dysfunction play a vital role in the pathogenesis of diabetes which further leads to serious diabetic complications. The diabetic wound is one such complication where the wound formation occurs, especially due to pressure and its healing process is disrupted due to factors such as hyperglycemia, neuropathy, nephropathy, peripheral vascular disease, reduction of blood flow, atherosclerosis, impaired fibroblast. Process of wound healing is delayed due to different abnormalities like alteration in nitric oxide level, increase in aldose reductase, sorbitol and fructose. Therefore, diabetic wound requires more time to heal as compared to a normal wound. Healing time is delayed in diabetic wound due to many factors such as stress, decreased oxygenation supply, infection, decreased blood flow, impaired proliferation and migration rate, impaired growth factor production, impaired keratinocytes proliferation and migration, and altered vascular endothelial mediators. The current treatment for diabetic wound includes wound patches, oxygenation therapy, hydrogel patches, gene therapy, laser therapy, and stem cell therapy. Medications with phytoconstituents are also one way to manage the diabetic wound, but it is not more effective for quick healing. The objective of this review is to understand the potential of various management options which are available for diabetic wound, with a special focus on biological cells.

Journal: Current Diabetes Review

Keywords: Angiogenesis; Diabetic wound; Growth factors; Stem cells; Wound healing

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