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Insulin-dependent diabetes, an autoimmune disease


, : Insulin-dependent diabetes, an autoimmune disease. Comptes Rendus de L'academie des Sciences. Serie Iii, Sciences de la Vie 303(8): 299-301

In type I (insulin-dependent) diabetes evidence for an autoimmune process is now fully established. This is also true for a similar disease observed in the NOD mouse and the BB rat. In addition to circulating antipancreatic antibodies, we demonstrated T-lymphocyte mediated cellular immunity in both these diabetic animals and in the human. Immunological abnormalities precede the development of diabetes and may be responsible for beta cell alteration. Evidence for this interpretation appears stronger for cell-mediated than for humoral immunity. However, full demonstration and understanding of the relationship between anti-beta cell immunity and beta cell alteration still raise many unresolved problems.

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