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Gene and stem cell therapies for diabetes mellitus 

Gene and stem cell therapies for diabetes mellitus
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Gene and stem cell therapies for diabetes mellitus
Author(s):

R.Y. Calne

, S.U. Gan

, and K.O. Lee

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199565863.003.0030
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date: 20 April 2021

Chapter 30 considers the current state of stem cell therapy and gene therapy in the context of diabetes. The two approaches are interconnected with the common objective of production, storage, and release of insulin to achieve control of glucose metabolism. The literature is enormous and, therefore, the focus is on work that looks most promising and points to future clinical development.

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