Newly-identified enzyme key player in diabetes

woman with diabetes injects insulin into abdomen
Australian scientists believe they have identified an enzyme that causes dysfunction in the three major diabetes players: the pancreas, the liver and muscle. Known as ‘NIK kinase’, the enzyme activates a signalling pathway that affects many genes, switching some on and others off. Associate Professor Shane T. Grey and Dr Elizabeth Malle, from Sydney’s Garvan

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