Scientists at the Endocrine Society have found extracellular vesicles may offer new insights into treating endocrine disorders.
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A new study by University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio has found that boosting liver mRNAs in obese mice reduces appetite and body weight.
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania may have discovered how to eliminate the risk of weight gain from certain diabetes medications by uncovering the difference between two varieties of a protein.
A recent pre-clinical study from Washington University School of Medicine showed that a new class of compounds can potentially improve multiple aspects of metabolic syndrome, including diabetes.
A new study has identified harmful cellular pathways that prevent insulin production, presenting a drug target for diabetes.
Scientists have developed a multi-organoid system from stem cells that can replicate the liver-islet axis in type 2 diabetes.
Researchers have developed rapamycin-loaded nanocarriers capable of targeting cells related to pancreatic islet transplants without suppressing wider immune responses.
Here, we round up some of the key takeaways from the expert panel discussions at the Cell & Gene Therapy Advancements Online Summit.
US researchers have identified new biomarkers that can detect early changes in the eye that can lead to diabetes-related blindness.
A novel synthetic “switch” has been developed that could hold the key to revolutionary smart insulin therapy for diabetic patients.
A small molecule found in a cell-based ultra-high-throughput screening campaign was shown to treat diabetes in cells and mice.
Despite the promise of gene therapies, significant challenges have emerged in the field. Dr Carsten Brunn discusses the current obstacles and opportunities when developing gene therapies.
Scientists have developed an implant that releases insulin-secreting cells which has shown success at treating diabetes in mice.
Combining two genomic methodologies, researchers have shown that pancreatic exocrine cells are implicated in type 1 diabetes.