A new article published in the journal PLOS Pathogens on October 10, 2019, claims that the common rotavirus may be responsible for some occurrences of type 1 diabetes, a form of diabetes which occurs in children and is due to destruction of the pancreatic islet cells that produce the hormone insulin to normalize blood glucose levels.
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New UW center awarded NIH funding to improve prevention and detection of cancer
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Cedric Uytingco, PhD
In this interview, Cedric Uytingco discusses the key benefits of being able to visualize gene expression patterns in neurological samples.
Dr. Peter Awram
In this interview, Peter Awram discusses the benefits of NMR spectroscopy as an analytical technique for the honey industry, in the fight against fraud.
Driving adoption of digital pathology through the Scan Image Search from Huron Digital Pathology. Patrick Myles talks to the Dell Healthcare PowerChat Podcast.
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