Rich Whitworth |
The prevalence of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) is on a rampant rise across the globe, making it a critical area of study for metabolomics and biomarker discovery. The bad news is that the disease results from a complex interplay of genetic, metabolic, and environmental factors, complicating analysis. The good news is that progress is being made. Last month, we covered the molecular signatures of diabetic wound healing (1). Here, Choon Nam Ong, director of the Environmental Research Institute at the National University of Singapore, describes his group’s recent research (2).
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