Synthetic biology: Engineered cells detect diabetes and cancer
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The team rewired the genetic circuitry inside bacterial cells so that the cells recognized abnormal glucose levels in urine, signaling diabetes. The custom-designed bacteria show the practical promise of the fledgling field of synthetic biology, which

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Engineered bacteria detect cancer and diabetes in urine
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This week, two groups of synthetic biologists seeking to repurpose living microbes for human benefit report genetically modifying bacteria to detect cancer in mice and diabetes in humans. Clinicians have sought to exploit microbes for more than a century.
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States That Expand Medicaid Detect More Cases Of Diabetes
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Fonseca and his colleagues wondered whether Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act, which became law five years ago Monday, has improved the detection of diabetes. That possibility seemed likely because more poor people now have …
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5-year-old's pup can detect diabetes ups and downs
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Will has Type 1 diabetes, which causes life-threatening dips and spikes in his blood sugar. Harley can sniff out changes in Will's blood sugar 20 to 45 minutes before he feels the difference or his parents notice anything's wrong.

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Diabetes runs in my husbands side of the family, and he was diagnosed at 11 withtype 1 diabetes. We have a 6 month old baby girl and im just curious as to how early type 1 diabetes can be detected or how early it can occur. I Would appriciate any info on the type of tests that are run to diagnose this in an infant or young child.Thanks!