International Journal of Endocrinology: Diabetes and Metabolism <p>Navigating the Realm of Diabetes and Endocrinology: About International Journal of Diabetes &amp; Endocrinology (IJDE) by Sciforce Publications</p> <p>Embark on a journey through the intricate world of diabetes, endocrinology, and the study of hormonal disorders with the International Journal of Diabetes &amp; Endocrinology (IJDE), a prestigious publication by Sciforce Publications. IJDE serves as a guiding light for the latest research, innovations, and advancements in the fields of diabetes, endocrine disorders, and the dynamic world of hormonal health. In this "About Us" section, we will provide an overview of IJDE, its mission, and its commitment to advancing knowledge in diabetes and endocrinology.</p> en-US (Dr. Suryakiran Navath, Ph. D.,) (Srinivas) Sun, 25 Jul 2021 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 60 How Does Radiation Effect the Endocrine System? <p>A literature study of radiation effect on endocrine system is described.Endocrine disorders are common to people who they are exposed to radiation, it develops of hormone dysfunction and neoplasms in the irradiated gland and require long-term follow-up. Herein we discuss effects of radiation on the endocrine system.</p> Pranav Adithya Navath, Haris S. Ansari Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Endocrinology: Diabetes and Metabolism Thu, 12 Aug 2021 00:00:00 +0000 Rejection of vaccination against the COVID-19 virus will increase morbidity and mortality <p>It has been about two years since the first COVID-19 epidemic began,now it coincides with the fifth peak of epidemic infection in some countries. Over the years we have experienced many ups and downs of this virus(1, 2).</p> Mohammadreza Rezaeipour Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Diabetes & Endocrinology Wed, 10 Nov 2021 00:00:00 +0000 Expression in situ of the recombinant human erythropoetin and recombinant insulin. <p>Our aim was to check the suitability of the human intestine for the delivery of the re-combinant proteins in humans. The prospective applications of said technology are huge, since travel in the outer Space to locate new planets for the relocation of the over crowded Earth will face the need for the crew vaccination from the pathological microorganisms, found in these outer Space locations. We invented the technology to treat Diabetes II and his chronic anemia in the adult volunteer as the draft of said new applications of said in vivo technology of the recombinant proteins delivery in humans. The strain of lactobacilli from the normal human intestinal microflora was isolated, genetically engineered and then returned back for the adhesion back to the host intestinal epithelium of the volunteer. The volunteer was cured from his Diabetes II and chronic anemia symptoms. We discuss the potential applications of said technology for the in vivo expression of the vaccines for the crews of the outer space long range travel missions coming soon.</p> Michael V. Tyurin Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Diabetes & Endocrinology Fri, 10 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0000 Body Fat Removal <p>Food fat gets distributed in the blood and therefore may be removed from the blood.&nbsp; Fat removal is simple and efficient using the blood circulation through the blood fat removal column described herein. The resulting body weight after 20 blood fat removal procedures might be 230 lbs.&nbsp; The patient has reached her body size fitting the suits purchased before the weight accumulation</p> Michael V. Tyurin Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Diabetes & Endocrinology Tue, 07 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +0000 Natural Competence for Transformation in Lactobacili <p>We have detected the changes in the molecular biologic properties of the lascobacilus strain Lactibacillus buchneri NRRLB1837 after its storage in the lyophilized state using some patented lyophilization media. The change noticed was the 3 orders of magnitude decrease of the natural competence for the genetic transformation capability of said lac-tobacillus strain. Using noted difference we have transformed L. buchneri NRRLB1837 with the largest plasmid of Lactobacillus casei MT205, possessing strong antibacterial activity against gram-positive, gram-negative bacteria and Candida albicans. The trans formants became resistant to Erythromycin (30 mcg/ml) and also had strong antibacterial activity, just like L. casei MT205, which was extractable from the concentrated by the evaporation cultural fluid of the respective transformants, The role of the lyophilization medium on the molecular biological properties of the lactobacilli stored lyophilized is dis-cussed</p> Michael V. Tyurin Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Diabetes & Endocrinology Mon, 25 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0000