Latest Publications (IPM affiliated researchers Bold):

Harder MN, Appel EVR, Grarup N, Gjesing AP, Ahluwalia TS, Jørgensen T, Christensen C, Brandslund I, Linneberg A, Sørensen TIA, Pedersen O, Hansen T. The type 2 diabetes risk allele of TMEM154-rs6813195 associate with decreased disposition index in a study of 6,487 Danes. PLoS One 2015;10:e020890.

Summaries:


A novel series of diabetes genes identified in other populations were found also to predispose to diabetes in Danish people, but how they do so could not be clarified, except for an indication that one of the genes weakened the insulin producing beta cells in the pancreas.

En serie sukkersyge-gener, nyligt opdaget i andre befolkninger, øger også sukkersygerisikoen hos danskere, men hvordan de fremkalder den øgede risiko er uafklaret bortset fra et af genernes tendens til svækkelse af de insulinproducerende, såkaldte beta-celler, i bugspytkirtlen.

 

 



Latest update: March 24, 2015



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Located at Frederiksberg Hospital in Copenhagen, the Institute of Preventive Medicine is administratively associated with Bispebjerg Hospital. The Institute of Preventive Medicine is part of the Copenhagen University Hospital, which is an organization for collaboration in research and academic pre- and post-graduate teaching between the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Copenhagen, the hospitals of Region Hovedstaden (the Capital) and the "Region Sjælland."

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