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Bristol scientists to study potential new way of treating diabetes – University of Bristol

Monday, 7 March, 2016

Bristol scientists to study potential new way of treating diabetes – University of Bristol

Dr Sebastian Oltean has been awarded £268,000 to explore why diabetes causes a process called 'alternative splicing' to go wrong in the kidneys and make the disease worse. Alternative splicing is a process involved in turning sections of our DNA into ...

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