They are treated with medicinal cells in Mexico to improve the health of people with diabetes
A Mexican scientist has developed a cellular therapy that affects 12 million people in Mexico to improve the health of people with diabetes.
Victor Julian Valderte Rodriguez, a researcher at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, on the eve of the World Diabetes Day, which is celebrated on November 14, provides journalists with a variety of vitamins and in vivo reminiscent of high glucose pathological epigenetic remedies, and some medicines can cleanse them to return to their health.
"This research can help to create new dispensaries that have stem cells and improve the health of people with diabetes," says a biomedicine specialist.
Cells were incubated with high glucose and then returned to normal glucose, which allowed metabolic memory according to the expertise.
In this model of memory, we try to describe how changes have been made in the DNA seal change, which forms not only genes but also epigenetic memory.
"I am interested in evaluating whether these pharmacological treatments have any benefit for testing in vivo, if these cats can be epigenetically depleted and reduce pathological conditions," he said.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), one in 11 people worldwide has diabetes. End
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