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Genetic Causes Identified for Disturbances in Lipid Metabolism, Helmholtz Zentrum Munchen Study


12/28/2009 7:59:54 AM

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Helmholtz -- Neuherberg, December 27, 2009. Scientists of Helmholtz Zentrum München led by Professor Karsten Suhre have identified new gene variants associated with disturbances in the lipid metabolism. Some of these common human gene variants are already known to be risk factors for diabetes mellitus. The pathomechanisms of diabetes have intrigued physicians and been the subject of much debate for many decades. These new research results may contribute to a better understanding of the clinical picture of diabetes and its pathogenesis – and could lead to new approaches in early diagnosis and therapy. The findings have been published in the current online issue of the renowned journal Nature Genetics.


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