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The Metabolic & Endocrine Science Faculty has been created by grouping relevant Sections from other F1000 Faculties, it therefore does not have separate Heads of Faculty, Section Heads or Faculty Members.
I find the article by Korngut et al. interesting because it investigates the intrinsic protective properties of a small human pro-survival heat shock protein, HSP27, as a therapeutic target in experimental diabetic polyneuropathy (DPN). DNP...
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