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How a Specific Gut Bacterium May Cause Type 1 Diabetes
A bacterium that produces an insulin-like peptide can give mice type 1 diabetes, and infection with the microbe seems to predict the onset of the disease in humans, a study finds.
How a Specific Gut Bacterium May Cause Type 1 Diabetes
How a Specific Gut Bacterium May Cause Type 1 Diabetes

A bacterium that produces an insulin-like peptide can give mice type 1 diabetes, and infection with the microbe seems to predict the onset of the disease in humans, a study finds.

A bacterium that produces an insulin-like peptide can give mice type 1 diabetes, and infection with the microbe seems to predict the onset of the disease in humans, a study finds.

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