Diabetes mellitus, types i and ii, Biology

Diabetes mellitus, Types I and II is a disorder regarding the defects in insulin action. Type I diabetes is characterized by an inadequate insulin secretion; Type II diabetes is characterized by an impaired insulin secretion in response to the elevated blood glucose levels or by the loss of sensitivity to insulin by target cells. 

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