Method Protocols for Metabolic and Functional Analysis of the BRIN-BD11 ß-Cell Line: A Preclinical Model for Type 2 Diabetes
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© 2019, Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature. In type 2 diabetes, prolonged dysregulation of signalling and ß-cell metabolic control leads to ß-cell dysfunction, and is increasingly associated with abnormal metabolic states which disrupt normal cellular physiology. Utilization of appropriate ß-cell models enables a systematic approach to understand the impact of perturbations to the biological system. The BRIN-BD11 ß-cell line is a useful, pre-clinical cell model for ß-cell dysfunction associated with type 2 diabetes, among other metabolic disorders. The present chapter describes detection and analysis of ß-cell dysfunction with respect to changes in bioenergetics and metabolism, generation of intracellular reactive oxygen species, and acute and chronic insulin secretion in the BRIN-BD11 cell line.
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