Gene mutation raises diabetes risk tenfold

A mutation in the TBC1D4 gene, found in the population of Greenland, was tied to difficult postprandial glucose regulation in patients and a tenfold increased odds of type 2 diabetes onset, a Danish study indicated. The results appear in the journal var addthis_pub="smartbrief"; Share

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