Discovery Could Lead to New Therapies for Diabetics

News   Jan 12, 2018 | Original story by Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory

 
Discovery Could Lead to New Therapies for Diabetics

New research by MDI Biological Laboratory scientist Sandra Rieger, Ph.D., has demonstrated that an enzyme she had previously identified as playing a role in peripheral neuropathy induced by cancer chemotherapy also plays a role in peripheral neuropathy caused by diabetes. Credit: MDI Biological Laboratory

 
 
 

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