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Clemson University scientists receive $1.8 million grant to combat Type 2 diabetes

(Clemson University) A pair of Clemson University scientists is using high-tech computer modeling and experimental validation techniques to unveil the intricate molecular causes of adult-onset diabetes, one of the world's most widespread, damaging and costly diseases.
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