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超急英文翻成中文2

1. Introduction

Medicinal plants continue to provide valuable therapeutic

agents, both in modern and in traditional medicine. The

uncertainty about the efficacy and safety of the currently

available oral hypoglycemic drugs has prompted a search

for safer and more effective agents in the treatment of

diabetes [1]. A wide variety of the traditional herbal

remedies are used by diabetic patients, especially in the

third world countries [2], and may, therefore, represent new

avenues in the search for alternative hypoglycemic drugs.

Because numerous research findings suggested that the

phenolic compounds present in plants largely contribute to

their protective properties, the correlation between total

phenolic content and their role in diabetes was studied [3].

Diabetes mellitus (DM) is widely recognized as one of

the leading causes of death in the world [4]. It is defined as a

state in which homeostasis of carbohydrate and lipid

metabolism is improperly regulated, resulting in elevated

blood glucose levels. The long-term effects of DM include

dysfunction and failure of various organs. The development

of diabetic complications such as diabetic retinopathy,

diabetic neuropathy, diabetic nephropathy, and diabetic

ketoacidosis are the major causes of morbidity and mortality

in diabetic populations [5]. Impaired metabolism of glycoproteins

plays a major role in the pathogenesis of DM [6]. It

has been reported that alterations occur in the concentrations

of various membrane-bound carbohydrates (glycoproteins)

in human diabetes [7].

0271-5317/$ – see front matter D 2007 Published by Elsevier Inc.

doi:10.1016/j.nutres.2006.12.010

4 Corresponding author.

E-mail address: botananthan@lycos.com (R. Ananthan).

Nutrition Research 27 (2007) 97– 103

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    Medicinal plants continue to provide valuable therapeutic

    agents, both in modern and in traditional medicine.

    在現代與傳統醫學中,醫療用植物一直扮演了重要的角色。

    The

    uncertainty about the efficacy and safety of the currently

    available oral hypoglycemic drugs has prompted a search

    for safer and more effective agents in the treatment of

    diabetes [1].

    由於目前口服抗低血糖藥物的不穩定效果和安全性,為了要治療糖尿病,尋找更可靠藥物的研究一直持續著。

    A wide variety of the traditional herbal

    remedies are used by diabetic patients, especially in the

    third world countries [2], and may, therefore, represent new

    avenues in the search for alternative hypoglycemic drugs.

    尤其是在未開發國家,糖尿病患者們不斷地嘗試多樣化的傳統草藥療方, 因此,在找尋替代的治療時,或許可作為有價值的參考。

    Because numerous research findings suggested that the

    phenolic compounds present in plants largely contribute to

    their protective properties, the correlation between total

    phenolic content and their role in diabetes was studied [3].

    由於眾多的研究都認為,植物中的酚會形成保護組織,因此有許多文獻探討了酚和糖尿病間的相關。

    Diabetes mellitus (DM) is widely recognized as one of

    the leading causes of death in the world [4].

    眾所周知,糖尿病成為了全世界的主要死因之一。

    It is defined as a

    state in which homeostasis of carbohydrate and lipid

    metabolism is improperly regulated, resulting in elevated

    blood glucose levels.

    糖尿病也就是體內醣類和脂肪的新陳代謝平衡遭到破壞,使得血糖上升。

    The long-term effects of DM include

    dysfunction and failure of various organs.

    DM的長期效果包括了器官的衰竭與敗壞。

    The development

    of diabetic complications such as diabetic retinopathy,

    diabetic neuropathy, diabetic nephropathy, and diabetic

    ketoacidosis are the major causes of morbidity and mortality

    in diabetic populations [5].

    糖尿病的病症相當複雜,像是糖尿病retinopathy,糖尿病neuropathy,糖尿病的 nephropathy,和糖尿病的ketoacidosis 都是導致失能與死亡的主要因素。

    Impaired metabolism of glycoproteins

    plays a major role in the pathogenesis of DM [6].

    糖蛋白的新陳代謝失調在DM的pathogenesis扮演了重要的角色。

    It

    has been reported that alterations occur in the concentrations

    of various membrane-bound carbohydrates (glycoproteins)

    in human diabetes [7].

    研究顯示,糖尿病患者體內,多種細胞膜包覆的醣類(如,糖蛋白)的濃度會發生改變。

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