Our laboratory investigates how pancreatic beta cells differentiate during organogenesis, how they increase their cell numbers during normal growth and in response to metabolic stress, and how they can be regenerated as a cellular therapy for diabetic patients. We are specifically interested in how DNA methylation mediates tissue-specific gene expression patterns that define beta cell identity.
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