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A University of Texas team outlines a role for the MEN1 gene in pancreatic stress response in mouse models, following stressors such as inflammation or oncogenic stress related to tumor development. Reasoning that clinical management of pancreatic diseases may be boosted by getting a better look at the molecular networks behind conditions such as pancreatitis and cancer, the researchers tracked stress responses in a transgenic mouse model with conditional MEN1 deficiency.

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