Adolescents with type 1 diabetes who are at high risk for complications such as cardiovascular, kidney and eye disease also exhibit evidence of mitochondrial dysfunction. The problem, according to Professor Josephine Forbes from the Glycation and Diabetes Complications Research Group at Mater Research in Brisbane, is it’s hard to know what comes first. Speaking ahead ...
Type 1 diabetes
Mitochondria the clue to diabetes complications
By Mardi Chapman
23 Aug 2018