Study links 3 gene mutations to type 1 diabetes

09/29/2011 | HealthDay News

U.S. researchers analyzed six DNA databases and found that three variations in genes that play a role in protein-protein interactions, cell signaling and inflammation are associated with type 1 diabetes. The findings in the journal PLoS Genetics shed light on genes linked to type 1 diabetes and could pave the way for new treatments, researchers said.

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