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Jhaveri, C. D., et al. “Aflibercept Monotherapy Or Bevacizumab First For Diabetic Macular Edema.”. The New England Journal Of Medicine, pp. 692-703.
Nyirjesy, S. C., et al. “Effects Of Glp-1 And Gip On Islet Function In Glucose-Intolerant, Pancreatic-Insufficient Cystic Fibrosis.”. Diabetes, pp. 2153-2165.
Nguyen, H. P., et al. “Aifm2 Is Required For High-Intensity Aerobic Exercise In Promoting Glucose Utilization.”. Diabetes, pp. 2084-2093.
Ang, L. T., et al. “Generating Human Artery And Vein Cells From Pluripotent Stem Cells Highlights The Arterial Tropism Of Nipah And Hendra Viruses.”. Cell, pp. 2523-2541.e30.
Foulon, N., et al. “Multiplexed Quantification Of Insulin And C-Peptide By Lc-Ms/Ms Without The Use Of Antibodies.”. Journal Of Mass Spectrometry And Advances In The Clinical Lab, pp. 19-26.
Wu, H., et al. “Mapping The Single-Cell Transcriptomic Response Of Murine Diabetic Kidney Disease To Therapies.”. Cell Metabolism, pp. 1064-1078.e6.
Bhagchandani, P., et al. “Islet Cell Replacement And Transplantation Immunology In A Mouse Strain With Inducible Diabetes.”. Scientific Reports, p. 9033.
Sidarala, V., et al. “Mitofusin 1 And 2 Regulation Of Mitochondrial Dna Content Is A Critical Determinant Of Glucose Homeostasis.”. Nature Communications, p. 2340.
Gosis, B. S., et al. “Inhibition Of Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease In Mice By Selective Inhibition Of Mtorc1.”. Science (New York, N.y.), p. eabf8271.
Postigo-Fernandez, J., et al. “Preclinical Evaluation Of A Precision Medicine Approach To Dna Vaccination In Type 1 Diabetes.”. Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences Of The United States Of America, p. e2110987119.
Aguilar, O. A., et al. “The Cd3Ζ Adaptor Structure Determines Functional Differences Between Human And Mouse Cd16 Fc Receptor Signaling.”. The Journal Of Experimental Medicine.
Yao, K., et al. “Transcriptomic Profiling Of A Multiethnic Pediatric Nafld Cohort Reveals Genes And Pathways Associated With Disease.”. Hepatology Communications.