Internal clocks drive beta cell regeneration

Internal clocks drive beta cell regeneration
Pancreatic islets showing proliferation markers (in red staining) in the nuclei (in blue) of insulin-producing-cells (in green). Credit: UNIGE/Dibner

Certain body parts, such as the skin or liver, can repair themselves after damage. Cell regeneration is the phenomenon by which cells that are still functional proliferate to compensate for cellular damage. For the past 30 years, scientists have been investigating the regenerative…

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