CRISPR skin grafts could replace insulin injections for diabetes
Testing the blood sugarGARO/PHANIE/REX/ShutterstockBy Rachel BaxterGenetically modified skin grafts have protected mice from developing diabetes, suggesting the technique may help people with the condition. The method makes use of the gene that encodes a hormone called glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1). This hormone decreases appetite and helps regulate...
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