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HbA1c measured from dried blood spot samples collected via finger pricking provided results that were comparable to those obtained from venous samples and measured by standard procedures.
A lipidomic study links lipodystrophy to relative increases in triglycerides associated with de novo lipogenesis, and suggests lipodomics as a useful biomarker of insulin resistance.
As our evolutionary closest relatives, non-human primates represent an important model for human disease research. Here, Friemer and colleagues report the first genome-wide resource for non-human primate linkage studies.
Cocker spaniels are susceptible to immune-mediated haemolytic anaemia (IMHA), where red blood cells are destroyed by antibodies produced by the immune system. Are genes DLA-DQB1 and CTLA4 involved?
In a cohort study on over 1 million patients in the UK, diabetes is only moderately linked to tuberculosis risk, indicating that screening for latent TB is unnecessary in the majority of the population, and should focus on undertreated patients.
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