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Does leptin resistance contribute to infections in patients with diabetes?
  1. G N Malavige
  1. University of Sri Jayawardanapura, Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Medical Sciences, Gangodawila Nugegoda, Sri Lanka;

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    Leptin is a protein hormone structurally similar to interleukin 2, which regulates food intake and metabolic and endocrine function.1 It also has an important regulatory role in the immune response, mainly acting as a T cell growth factor.2 Moreover, it also …

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