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New genetic markers for a rarer form of type 1 diabetes

While most cases of type 1 diabetes are classified as autoimmune diseases, a minor proportion of these patients have non-immune-mediated type 1 diabetes, sometimes referred to as type 1 B diabetes. Researchers from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) have identified 41 previously unreported genetic markers for this less common version of type 1 diabetes. Additionally, 16 of these markers have been linked to autism spectrum disorder in previous studies, suggesting there may be a genetic link between the two conditions. The findings were recently published in the journal Communications Biology.  Read More

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