OBO ID: DOID:9351
Term Name: diabetes mellitus Search Ontology:
Synonyms:
  • diabetes
Definition: A glucose metabolism disease that is characterized by chronic hyperglycaemia with disturbances of carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism resulting from defects in insulin secretion, insulin action, or both. (4)
References:
  • ICD10CM:E08-E13
  • ICD9CM:250
  • MESH:D003920
  • NCI:C2985
  • SNOMEDCT_US_2022_09_01:267467004
  • UMLS_CUI:C0011849
Ontology: Human Disease   (DOID:9351)
OTHER diabetes mellitus PAGES
GENES INVOLVED No data available
ZEBRAFISH MODELS
Fish Conditions Citations
AB chemical treatment by environment: alloxan Castañeda et al., 2017
chemical treatment by injection: streptozocin Xu et al., 2022
chemical treatment by injection: streptozocin Ahorukomeye et al., 2019
chemical treatment by injection: streptozocin Kwon et al., 2017
chemical treatment by environment: sucrose, chemical treatment by environment: alloxan Zhang et al., 2021
WT chemical treatment by environment: alloxan Hong et al., 2017
chemical treatment: streptozocin Dhliwayo et al., 2014
chemical treatment by environment: glucose Khoshnevisan et al., 2021
chemical treatment by injection: streptozocin Wang et al., 2020
chemical treatment by injection: streptozocin Olsen et al., 2010
chemical treatment by injection: streptozocin Abbas et al., 2017
chemical treatment: streptozocin Leontovich et al., 2016
physical alteration: endocrine pancreas, chemical treatment by environment: alloxan Nam et al., 2017
cold exposure, chemical treatment: streptozocin Intine et al., 2013
high glucose Muñiz-Ramirez et al., 2021
cftrpd1049/pd1049 standard conditions Delaspre et al., 2015
leprsa1508/sa1508 chemical treatment by injection: glucose Michel et al., 2016
pdx1sa280/sa280 standard conditions Kimmel et al., 2015
jh4Tg chemical ablation: pancreatic B cell, chemical treatment by environment: metronidazole Rocker et al., 2019
chemical treatment: metronidazole Carvalho et al., 2017
zf5Tg chemical treatment: alloxan Nam et al., 2015
li1Tg + MO1-pdx1 standard conditions Al-Dahmani et al., 2022
PHENOTYPE No data available

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