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Unique Pancreatic Stem Cells Have Potential to Regenerate Beta Cells

News   Feb 28, 2018 | Original story from Diabetes Research Institute

 
Unique Pancreatic Stem Cells Have Potential to Regenerate Beta Cells

Pancreatic progenitor cells reside within large ducts of the human pancreas. Two such ducts (green), surrounded by three islets (white), are shown in this picture. Credit: Diabetes Research Institute

 
 
 

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