F. Pattou1
V. Gmyr1
S. Gargani1
1F. Pattou
1V. Gmyr
1S. Gargani
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  • S. Gargani, J. Thévenet, J. E. Yuan, B. Lefebvre, N. Delalleau, V. Gmyr +4 others
  • 2013
AIMS/HYPOTHESIS In this study, we used an immunodeficient mouse model to explore, in vivo, the longitudinal adaptation of human islets to an obesogenic environment. METHODS Non-diabetic Rag2 (-/-) mice (n = 61) were transplanted with human islets (400 islet equivalents [IEQ]) from six pancreases: four non-diabetic and two with overt(More)
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