C-peptide

What is C-peptide?

C-Peptide is a 31 amino acid protein molecule which is released when proinsulin is transformed into insulin. Its level in blood denote the production of insulin and so distinguish Type 1 from Type 2 diabetes.

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My C-Pepdite result is 3.4 Is my dieabetes a Type-1 or Type-2. Also want to know the diabetes diet in...

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Hi XXXXXXX

Thanks for the query.

The normal levels of C-peptide is .51 to 2.72 ng/ml.

High levels are found in people with type 2 diabetes and that...

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My age is 34 now and I have a diabetes since last 5 years. No past history in my family. Is my Diabetes a Type-1 or Type-2?...

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Dear XXXXXXX

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You have enquired about your type of Diabetes. Diabetes is classified into type 1 when there is low insulin...

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Hello i am 59 yrs male having type 2 diabetes since 30 yrs untill last month was on mAximum combination of oral tab amyl 4mg metamarfin 2500mg...

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Hi XXXXXXX,
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With the available descried blood reports, there appears to be possibility of total destruction of beta cells...

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