Stem-like cells from pancreas cells could help treat diabetes

07/23/2008 | (India)

Scientists at the McGill University Health Centre and the Centre hospitalier de l'Universite de Montreal have found that a process called "dedifferentiation" can render insulin-producing beta cells from the pancreas into more primitive stem-like cells. The finding may help scientists develop new treatments for diabetes.

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