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Diabetes is a disorder of metabolism—the way the body uses digested food for growth and energy. Most of the food people eat is broken down into glucose, the form of sugar in the blood. Glucose is the main source of fuel for the body.
Study probes mechanism by which COVID-19 distribution in the body damages erythrocytes

Study probes mechanism by which COVID-19 distribution in the body damages erythrocytes

CSIRO makes it easier for time-poor Australians to choose ready low carb meals

CSIRO makes it easier for time-poor Australians to choose ready low carb meals

Study identifies genes and molecular pathways most sensitive to chemical exposures

Study identifies genes and molecular pathways most sensitive to chemical exposures

Researchers find genetic correlations between inflammatory bowel disease and stress, depression

Researchers find genetic correlations between inflammatory bowel disease and stress, depression

Research projects receive BTCA awards to develop new drugs

Research projects receive BTCA awards to develop new drugs

Study shows potential avenues of COVID-19 vulnerability in patients with diabetic kidney disease

Study shows potential avenues of COVID-19 vulnerability in patients with diabetic kidney disease

Ketogenic diets can prevent or reverse heart failure caused by metabolic process

Ketogenic diets can prevent or reverse heart failure caused by metabolic process

New research indicates the link between diabetes and SARS-CoV-2 viral infection

New research indicates the link between diabetes and SARS-CoV-2 viral infection

Researchers discover a gene responsible for urination

Researchers discover a gene responsible for urination

Researchers discover new protocol to detect lipid production in microalgae

Researchers discover new protocol to detect lipid production in microalgae

Study provides new insights into molecular mechanisms of adipogenesis

Study provides new insights into molecular mechanisms of adipogenesis

Study offers renewed hope for children suffering from myofibrillar myopathies

Study offers renewed hope for children suffering from myofibrillar myopathies

Study could explain why some people are severely affected by Bardet-Biedl syndrome

Study could explain why some people are severely affected by Bardet-Biedl syndrome

Scientists develop new antimicrobial molecules from toxic proteins in wasp venom

Scientists develop new antimicrobial molecules from toxic proteins in wasp venom

Maternal high sugar diet can impact developmental outcomes in infants

Maternal high sugar diet can impact developmental outcomes in infants

Researchers identify small molecules that appear to reduce cellular stress

Researchers identify small molecules that appear to reduce cellular stress

Understanding beta-cell growth mechanisms may help treat metabolic diseases

Understanding beta-cell growth mechanisms may help treat metabolic diseases

Researchers map genetic networks controlling human regulatory T cell identity

Researchers map genetic networks controlling human regulatory T cell identity

Researchers develop a new technique to improve treatment for pancreatic cancer

Researchers develop a new technique to improve treatment for pancreatic cancer

Genetic differences in body fat shape men and women's health risks

Genetic differences in body fat shape men and women's health risks

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