NIH investigators look to gut for clues on autoimmune diseases; Enzyme offers a new target in diabetes R&D;

> Investigators at the National Eye Institute have been probing interactions in the gut to see how they might influence the development of autoimmune diseases such as uveitis. Release

> Florida State University researchers are pointing to an enzyme involved with glucose that could be a fruitful investigative target for diabetes. Release

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