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Blood Glucose Levels Regulate Pancreatic β-Cell Proliferation during Experimentally-Induced and Spontaneous Autoimmune Diabetes in Mice
Background Type 1 diabetes mellitus is caused by immune-mediated destruction of pancreatic β-cells leading to insulin deficiency, impaired intermediary metabolism, and elevated blood glucoseExpand
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Dynamic Changes in Pancreatic Endocrine Cell Abundance, Distribution, and Function in Antigen-Induced and Spontaneous Autoimmune Diabetes
OBJECTIVE Insulin deficiency in type 1 diabetes and in rodent autoimmune diabetes models is caused by β-cell–specific killing by autoreactive T-cells. Less is known about β-cell numbers and phenotypeExpand
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Immunomodulation of autoimmune diabetes by dendritic cells
The biology and properties of dendritic cells (DCs) have been intensely studied in the research areas of infectious diseases, tumor immunology, and vaccine development. This unique subset of immuneExpand
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