Scientists trace stem cells in pancreas

01/24/2008 | Forbes

A team of scientists has tracked down pancreatic stem cells in mice by cutting off the duct that draws off digestive enzymes from the pancreas. The study showed that the number of beta cells doubled in the mice in two weeks and the mice also produced more insulin. These findings, if confirmed in humans, could lead to new treatments for diabetes, the researchers said.

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