Peninsula researchers’ defective gene may help diabetics

By | 13 December, 2011

A study of people born without a pancreas has provided a “key” which could help those with Type 1 diabetes. The discovery of a defective gene – GATA6 – was made by Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry researchers at the University of Exeter.

This dog always likes stories about diabetes breakthroughs but sometimes thinks they always seem to be early research and never finished research. Woof!

Source: http://betes.co.uk/yx7qt

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