Type 1 diabetes 'reversed' in human cells using GABA

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Type 1 diabetes 'reversed' in human cells using GABA
Type 1 diabetes 'reversed' in human cells using GABA
In 2011, the team published a study demonstrating how injections of the amino acid gamma-aminobutryic acid (GABA) not only prevented mice from getting type 1 diabetes, but also reversed the disease in mice that already had the disease. Scientists have known for decades that GABA plays an important role in the brain as a neurotransmitter, where it facilitates the communication between nerve cells.
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