Study sheds light for the first time on the dynamics of blood glucose levels and autoimmunity in early childhood: When and why does type 1 diabetes manifest in children? For the first time, researchers have examined blood glucose levels and parallel islet autoantibodies in children at increased genetic risk for type 1 diabetes in the first years of life in a long-term study. Results of the study have now been published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation. The study provides a better understanding of the dynamics of blood glucose regulation in early childhood and new insights into the development of autoimmunity in type 1 diabetes.
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