Over the past two decades, this atypical diabetes has become the African population of the most frequent diseases. The researchers believe that new findings will help identify potential drug targets.
Paris, St. Louis, who led the study hospital endocrinologist Jean-Francois Gautier, said type 2 diabetes require insulin injections right away until the condition stabilized.
"These people are sick, like diabetes, like a fierce, we are looking for possible explanations," he said. "We think that the virus is possible to type 2 diabetes into an atypical form."
Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of the disease, and obesity and lack of activity is closely related to the disease in patients with a substantial increase in global reach. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease often diagnosed at an early age.
Uncontrolled diabetes may lead to a variety of serious health complications, including heart disease, stroke, blindness, amputation and kidney disease.