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The Enigma of β-Cell Regeneration in the Adult Pancreas: Self-Renewal Versus Neogenesis

By A. Criscimanna, S. Bertera, F. Esni, M. Trucco and R. Bottino

Submitted: December 6th 2010Reviewed: April 13th 2011Published: November 25th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/24421

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A. Criscimanna, S. Bertera, F. Esni, M. Trucco and R. Bottino (November 25th 2011). The Enigma of β-Cell Regeneration in the Adult Pancreas: Self-Renewal Versus Neogenesis, Type 1 Diabetes David Wagner, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/24421. Available from:

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