Mutations in the gene HNF4A impair liver and pancreas development, indicating that maturity-onset diabetes of the young starts much earlier than initially thought.
A protein named GATA6 is key to the development of a normal pancreas in humans.
popular diabetes drug could one day be used to treat malignant tumors
pancreatic stem cells will help research on diabetes
born to mothers with diabetes during pregnancy are at risk of developing
The secret to preventing harmful fat building up around internal organs may lie in the genetics of fat stem cells
A genetic mutation and a few short days in the development of an embryo could hold the key to a lifetime living with diabetes
Chewing habits determine blood sugar levels after a carbohydrate-rich meal
Nature and nurture work in unexpected ways to determine obesity and diabetes risk even before birth
On the glycemic index, steaming produces healthier bread than baking
An oral antidiabetic drug shows promise for treating tuberculosis