Diabetes: New technology opens up improved opportunities for research

More than seven million people in Germany suffer from diabetes. Drug research is still difficult. Scientists led by Peter Loskill from the NMI and the University of Tübingen have developed a technique that significantly improves the view on the molecular and cell biological level in the pancreas.

Scientists under the leadership of Peter Loskill from NMI and University of Tübingen have invented a new technique improving the research on a molecular and cellular level in the pancreas, which can potentially advance diabetes drug development.

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More than seven million people in Germany suffer from diabetes. Drug research is still difficult. Scientists led by Peter Loskill from the NMI and the University of Tübingen have developed a technique that significantly improves the view on the molecular and cell biological level in the pancreas.

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