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By analyzing the blood transcriptomes of children at high risk of type 1 diabetes, a team led by scientists from the University of Cambridge has uncovered genetic and immune signatures that may help in managing the autoimmune disease. In the report, which appears in Science Translational Medicine, the researchers analyzed longitudinal blood transcriptomes from 400 individuals who participated in a study examining the environmental determinates of type 1 diabetes before the onset of disease.

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