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Alpha Cells Can be Forced to Compensate for Bad Neighbours in Diabetes

News   Jan 07, 2019 | Original story by Kim E. Andreassen, University of Bergen

 
Glucagon-producing Cells Forced to Produce Insulin: New Therapeutic Approach for Diabetes?

Flexible cells: Ordinary cells are not static and predetermined, as was earlier believed. They can change identity and function. This discovery may provide an approach for new types of treatments in the future. Image credit: Luiza Ghila

 
 
 

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