Detection of Type 2 Diabetes Using Micro-RNAs Biomarkers in Blood
A new technology-based approach can predict people at high risk for developing type 2 diabetes. The approach developed by the research team at the University of Glasgow uses micro-RNAs biomarkers in the blood to predict those at risk. The research team comprised of scientists from the United States and Europe. They discovered potential biomarkers for diabetes in the form of proteins and molecules called micro-RNAs. The team hopes that their findings could help tackle the global problem of type 2 diabetes.
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