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- Strategies for durable β cell replacement in type 1 diabetes; Stabler 2021.
- Integrative analyses of TEDDY Omics data reveal lipid metabolism abnormalities, increased intracellular ROS and heightened inflammation prior to autoimmunity for type 1 diabetes; Balzano-Nogueira 2021.
- β-Cell pre-miR-21 Induces Dysfunction and Loss of Cellular Identity by Targeting Transforming Growth Factor Beta 2 (Tgfb2) and Smad Family Member 2 (Smad2) mRNAs; Ibrahim 2021.
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- Insights from Bacteroides Species in Children with Type 1 Diabetes; Matos et al. 2021
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