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Type 1 diabetes

The D-Challenge 2022

2021 Winners include teams from: La Jolla Institute, Harvard, Stanford, MUSC, UCSF, UMICHIGAN and UFDI


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Juan Juame MD, UToledo, Aug 2 @ 10 am PT//1 pm ET

Homing of Antigen-Specific CAR T Regulatory Cells to Human Pancreatic Islets and Pre-clinical Type 1 Diabetes Reversal

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Tarin Bigley PhD, Aug 11th, 10 AM PT//1PM ET

Neonatal roseolovirus infection induces disruption of thymic tolerance and results in autoimmunity and autoantibodies, including anti-insulin antibodies

Cryopreservation and post-thaw characterization of dissociated human islet cells; Marquez-Curtis et. al. 2022.
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