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ll function with age, they reported. Further analyses found that Sirt1 regulates genes involved in insulin secretion by b cells.

"Together, these results establish that an increase dosage of Sirt1 has beneficial effects on mammalian physiology," Imai said. "Our findings also provide new insight into the physiological and molecular functions of Sirt1 in glucose metabolism and suggest therapeutic interventions for the prevention and treatment of diabetes and other age-associated metabolic disorders."


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