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A group of biomedical researchers at UC Santa Barbara is studying the metabolism of cells and their surrounding tissue, to ferret out ways in which certain diseases begin. This approach, which includes computer modeling, can be applied to type 2 diabetes, autoimmune diseases, and neurodegenerative diseases, among others.
Scientists at UC Santa Barbara have published groundbreaking results of a study of type 2 diabetes that point to changes in cellular metabolism as the triggering factor for the disease, rather than genetic predisposition.