Role of gut bacteria could be important in preventing type 1 diabetes
A study has revealed how important the role of gut bacteria may be in averting the development of type 1 diabetes.
Harvard Medical School (HMS) scientists report that gut bacteria are significant catalysts of autoimmunity and beta cell function, which can precipitate type 1 diabetes. They also state that their findings could open up treatment avenues to maintain a balance of gut bacteria.
The researchers ...