Potential Use of Vanadium Compounds in Therapeutics
Keywords: ERK and PI3-K pathways; VANADIUM OSTEOGENIC ACTIONS; Vanadium compounds; activate mi-togen-activated protein kinase (MAPK); antibacterial; anticancer agents; antidiabetic actions; antitumoral; antiviral; cardioprotection; cardioprotective actions; cardioprotective activity; creatinine; cytoplasm glutathione; diabetes mellitus (NIDDM); diabetes mellitus type 1; diabetes mellitus type 2; diabetic symptoms; dill seed; endothelial mouse cells; extra cellu-lar organic matrix; fluoroapa-tite lattices affects; gastrointestinal dis-turbances; glucose transport; glutamine transporter; glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c); glycogen syn-thase; glycogen synthase kinase-3 (GSK-3); growth factor-mimetic compounds; hydroxyapatite lattice; hyperglycemia; hyperinsulinemic; insu-linmimetic actions; insuinmimics; insulin signaling cascade; insulin-mimetic actions; insulin-mimetic compounds; insulin-mimetic/ antidiabetic activity; insulinmimetic actions; insulinomimetic-active species; intracellular pathways; metavanadate; non-insulin-dependent; normoglycemic effects; oral glucose tolerance; organically-chelated vanadium compounds; osteoblast cell differentiation; osteoblasts; osteogenic; osteogenic actions; osteogenic drug; oxidative stress; receptor tyrosine kinases (RTKs); staurosporine; thyroid hormone; tyrosine phosphorylation
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2010-11-01
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