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Gene Transfer Improves Diabetes-linked Heart Ailment in Mice

News   Mar 28, 2019 | Original story by Tristan Horram, U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs

 
Gene Transfer Improves Diabetes-linked Heart Ailment in Mice

Dimosthenis Giamouridis is a research associate in Dr. Kirk Hammond’s lab at the VA San Diego Healthcare System and the University of California San Diego. The team has shown, in mice, that gene therapy can improve a diabetes-related heart ailment. Image credit: Kevin Walsh

 
 
 

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