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Type 1 Diabetes In Children Can Be Predicted By Proteins

researchers in Germany suggest, the presence of specific proteins in the blood may help predict the development of type 1 diabetes in children.
Led by the German Center for Diabetes Research, a team of scientists conducted a pair of studies involving children with a first-degree relative with type 1 diabetes. The test subjects demonstrated the development of certain biomakers. Researchers say they indicate when and how quickly clinical symptoms will appear.
Researcher Christine von Toerne said in a press release, “Altogether, we were able to identify 41 peptides from 26 proteins that distinguish children with autoantibodies from those without.”


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