Lacking HDAC3 enzyme helps curb glucose levels in mice

A study in Nature Medicine showed genetically engineered mice that lacked the histone deacetylase 3 enzyme developed excessively fatty livers but had lower blood glucose levels than their wild-type counterparts.

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