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Metabolomics Reveals Cause of Weaker Bones in Diabetics

News   Jul 10, 2017 | Original Story from New York University

 
Metabolomic Analysis Reveals Underlying Cause of Weaker Bones in Diabetic Mice

Bone marrow scan comparison. The researchers report that hyperglycemic mice (or mice with type 2 diabetes) have a 24-fold higher accumulation of succinate, an intermediate metabolite, in the metabolic pathways of their bone marrow stromal cells. Credit: Li Lab, NYU

 
 
 

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