Special Issue "Prooxidant–Antioxidant and Inflammation Markers in Metabolic Syndrome and Its Complications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 January 2023) | Viewed by 7632
Interests: oxidant–antioxidant markers; glycation indices; gut dysbiosis; autophagy and cancer-related and accelerated aging; obesity and metabolic syndrome from preventive medicine to advanced treatment procedures
The fundamental element for establishing prevention, treatment, and prognosis of metabolic syndrome and its complications is the assessment of clinical forms of the disease. Dysglycemia, lipid abnormalities, and/or visceral obesity are the clinical exponents of the syndrome. However, disrupted prooxidant–antioxidant balance and increased inflammation are mechanisms responsible for the development of metabolic syndrome and its complications, such as macro- and microangiopathy. Moreover, metabolic syndrome is accompanied by changes not only in lipids and glucose but also increased glycation indices and accelerated autophagy processes, which also lead to oxidative stress and inflammation. In metabolic syndrome, accelerated inflammation and oxidative stress may lead to obesity-related cancers and accelerated aging, therefore requiring advanced treatment procedures. Thus, we encourage researchers from basic science through translational medicine to different clinical fields to participate in this Special Issue, which will serve as a platform for discussion of topics ranging from early prevention to advanced clinical and surgical procedures in the study of oxidant–antioxidant and inflammation markers in metabolic syndrome and its complications.
Dr. Sylwia Dzięgielewska-Gęsiak
Prof. Dr. Dariusz Waniczek
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- prooxidant indices
- inflammation markers
- adipose tissue inflammation
- obesity and visceral obesity
- insulin resistance
- micro- and macroangiopathy
- physical activity/exercise
- hypoglycemic treatment/hypoglycemic therapy
- glp-1 inhibitors
- obesity-related cancers
- colorectal cancer
- morbidity and mortality