Bone molecule shows promise for diabetes, study says

08/10/2007 | BBC

Researchers working with mice found that increasing amounts of osteocalcin, a molecule produced by bone cells that regulates blood sugar levels, activated pancreatic cells to produce more insulin and boosted the sensitivity to insulin. The study also showed increased levels of the molecule prevented Type 2 diabetes and obesity in the mice.

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