How Fat Could Help Solve Part of the Diabetes Problem, Garvan Institute of Medical Research Study

Published: Oct 30, 2013

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The pancreas is a large organ that wraps around our gut, and produces the exact amount of insulin our bodies need when we eat – except when we start to develop diabetes, and insulin production slows down. Sydney scientists describe how a fat recycling system within pancreatic ‘beta cells’ determines the amount of insulin they secrete, and so may provide a target for future diabetes therapies.

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