publication . Article . 2000

A New Spontaneously Diabetic Non-obese Torii Rat Strain With Severe Ocular Complications

Masami Shinohara; Taku Masuyama; Toshiyuki Shoda; Tadakazu Takahashi; Yoshiaki Katsuda; Kajuro Komeda; Masatoshi Kuroki; Akihiro Kakehashi; Yasunori Kanazaw;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2000 Journal: International journal of experimental diabetes research, volume 1, issue 2, pages 89-100 (issn: 1560-4284, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Hindawi Publishing Corporation
<jats:p>A new spontaneously diabetic strain of the Sprague-Dawley rat was established in 1997 and named the SDT (Spontaneously Diabetic Torii) rat. In this research, we investigated the characteristics of the disease condition in the SDT rats. The time of onset of glucosuria was different between male and female SDT rats; glucosuria appeared at approximately 20 weeks of age in male rats and at approximately 45 weeks of age in female rats. A cumulative incidence of diabetes of 100% was noted by 40 weeks of age in male rats, while it was only 33.3% even by 65 weeks of age in female rats. The survival rate up to 65 weeks of age was 92.9% in male rats and 97.4% in f...
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