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Diabetic Babies and Protein Misfolding: a New Link

News   Dec 18, 2018 | Original story from Päivi Lehtinen, University of Helsinki

 
CRISPR-edited Stem Cells Reveal New Contributors to Diabetes Development

Stem cell-derived pancreatic beta cells transplanted in mice. In the left the cells carrying insulin mutations are shown in green due to the cellular stress reaction. In the right the mutation-corrected healthy beta cells are red. Image credit: Otonkoski Lab

 
 
 

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