Approach could bolster insulin cell production in type 1 diabetes

03/12/2012 | Yahoo!

Inactivating the FoxO1 gene helped gastrointestinal progenitor cells in mice make insulin-producing cells, a study in Nature Genetics revealed. The findings suggest the approach could help type 1 diabetes patients generate their own insulin-producing cells without the need for a stem cell transplant, researchers said.

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