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The Effect of Pig Embryonic Pancreatic Tissue Transplantation in Diabetic Mice
This study utilised varying gestational periods of pig pancreatic tissue and transplanted them into diabetic mice. They found the embryonic tissue from the 42nd embryonic day provided the most substantial growth in pig islets, restoring normal glucose concentrations within the mice as seen in the white column as opposed to the 56th stage (grey) and later.
Copyright: © 2006 Eventov-Friedman et al.
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