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But the drug diabetic side effects are troubling and Puigserver team now finds they arise in an interesting way. A single transcription a single transcription factor in muscle YY1. Mice without YY1 protected from diabetes when taking rapamycin.

That rapamycin leads to a long life even as it causes insulin resistance, remains a paradox, says Puigserver. His team has indications that there may be. For example, he says diet could develop the difference between those who have diabetes, while rapamycin and those who do not.Ask your questionDo you have questions at an asthma treatment that you experienced to which you have been not able to Have you an answer? Do you have concerns about effects of a treatment that you would like a physician or asthmatic researcher discover? Are there areas of research Explore would look to a researcher? Are there any alternative or better ways for treating asthma hesitate to call us would be take into account? Service Tell us the survey. ResponsesIt is important for people with asthmatic, has telling we about her concerns, questions and insecurities,’said Jenny Versnel, Asthma UK Assistant Director, Research. ‘your ideas will be help us to identify and prioritizing important issues about the impact out of treatments and to help future asthma research to to tackle them.

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