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2016

  • Growth differentiation factor 11 (GDF11) – a fons adolescentia for the pancreatic beta-cell that can delay or prevent onset of type 2 diabetes?

    Professor Erik Renstrom
    Lund University
    1 983 349 SEK
  • Molecular control over a neuronal circuit that mediates feeding behaviour – and important new target in the fight against diabetes

    Dr Olof Lagerlof
    Karolinska Institute
    1 938 350 SEK
  • Refining Immunosuppression to Prevent Rejection of Porcine Islet Xenografts

    Dr Bernard Hering
    University of Minnesota
    850 000 SEK
  • Short chain fatty acids; gut metabolites with implications for metabolic health

    Professor Eva Degerman
    Lund University
    346 000 SEK
  • Spring Point Project, its mission is to provide an unlimited source of pig islet cells to accelerate the availability and affordability of islet transplantation to cure diabetes.

    The Spring Point Project i samarbete med Dr Bernard Hering
    University of Minnesota, Diabetes Institute for Immunology and Transplantation
    167 000 USD
  • The importance of endothelial and red blood cell dysfunction for vascular complications in type 2 diabetes

    Professor John Pernow
    Karolinska Institute
    1 000 000 SEK