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“Role of metabolic programming in the pathogenesis of beta-cell failure in postnatal life.”
“Developmental origins of beta-cell failure in type 2 diabetes: the role of epigenetic mechanisms.”
“Progressive deterioration of beta-cell reserves may be the reason, researchers said.”
“She interpreted her thesis, "The role of vitamin D in beta-cell function" in a sort-of ballet.”
“This is the YA about a 13-year-old girl in the near future who was conceived in vitro to be a placental beta-cell donor for her sister with leukemia.”
“Type 2 diabetes in children and adolescents, (as also in adults) is due to a combination of insensitivity to insulin and relative failure of beta-cell secretion.”
“There are a number of genetic and environmental risk factors for insensitivity to insulin and limited beta-cell reserves, including ethnicity, obesity, sedentary lifestyle, family history of type 2 diabetes, puberty, low birth weight, exposure to diabetes in the uterus, and female gender.”
““In a study appearing in the January issue of the Journal of Clinical Investigation, Takashi Kadowaki and colleagues from the University of Tokyo, Japan, show that in mice with high-fat diet–induced insulin resistance, changes in glucose concentration are likely to be the main trigger of increased beta-cell mass.””
“The new study places increased emphasis on promoting the replication of adult beta cells4 and the differentiation of beta cells from embryonic stem cells at the expense of pursuing research into the use of adult stem cells for beta-cell replacement.”
“Men with Type 1 diabetes may eventually have a way to provide tissues for their own beta-cell transplants, reseachers have found.”
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